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  • Prolific British author and senior Susan Hill, celebrates her 73rd birthday today (born Feb 5 1942). Susan Hill is perhaps best known for writing the famous classic ghost story The Woman in Black, first published in 1983. It has since sold millions of copies, been adapted as a play and run continuously since 1998 in London’s […]

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  • alice cooper, vincent damon furnier, schools out, love it to death, welcome to my nightmare, sheryl goddard, shock rock, senior citizen, longevity

    Born as Vincent Damon Furnier 67 years ago on this day in 1948 (Feb 4th) in Detroit, the lead singer of the Alice Cooper band changed his name to the name of the band in 1975, and went solo. Although known for his horror/shock rock style, and trademark dark eyeliner makeup ringing his eyes (inspired by […]

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  • rightcare365, right at home canada, elderly health care, seniors medical support, medication management for seniors, personal nurse care coordinator

    Navigating an increasingly complex public health care system can be confusing, frustrating and stressful for the elderly. Tests, results, medications, appointments, and care plans are often complicated and confusing. No one should ever feel unsupported when it comes to managing their health and wellbeing.      RightCare365 is a new service solution designed to provide peace […]

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  • what's my line, arlene francis, dorothy kilgallen, fred allen, benett cerf, host john daly, 1950's game show, los angeles

    Q1: Which regular What’s My Line? game show panelist was the only one to appear on the show from 1950 to 1975? Q2: Over it’s 25 year run, there were 3 hosts on What’s My Line? Who hosted for the longest period of time –  Larry Blyden, John (Charles) Daly, or Wally Bruner? Above, from […]

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  • finance for seniors, zoomers debt reduction canada, debt reduction tips for 50+, seniors savings tips, seniors financial advice, ontario, hamilton, markham, london, niagara

    Debt prevention and reduction are important at any stage of life, perhaps even more so for Seniors, Boomers, Zoomers, and 50+ in general facing reduced/fixed incomes.   Here are 8 tips to help you reduce your debt: Create a budget – use free budgeting tools to help track spending, pay debts and live within your […]

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  • Novelist (international best-seller The Thorn Birds, etc.) and neuroscientist Colleen McCullough died on January 29th 2015 at age 77 from kidney failure, on a remote island Norfolk Island in the Pacific. She leaves behind her husband of 32 years, Ric Robinson.   Colleen McCullough was born June 1, 1937 in New South Wales, Australia. She […]

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  • taxi cast, marilu henner, judd hirsch, tony danza, danny devito, jeff conaway, andy kaufman, randall carver

    Q1. Which two cast members of Taxi are no longer with us? Q2. Which Taxi cast member is known for having a fantastic memory in real life? Taxi, which ran from 1978-1983 (first on ABC and the final year NBC), won 18 Emmy Awards including 3 for Outstanding Comedy Series and acting awards for cast […]

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  • senior tech lesson #1, conan o'brien, senior humour, seniors texting

      From the always funny folks at Team Coco…enjoy this video “how not to” lesson on senior texting. Want more Conan Senior Tech Lessons? Conan’s Senior Tech Lession #2: Mastering “Twitter” and Social Media Conan Senior Text Lesson #3: Google Plus Conan Senior Tech Lesson #4: Instagram Conan Senior Tech Lesson #5 – Online Dating […]

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  • alzheimer's, roxanne varey, stroke symptoms, alzheimer symptoms, living with alzheimer's

    Roxanne Varey was only 51 in November of 2013 when she was diagnosed with an aggressive, terminal form of Alzheimer’s and given a remaining life expectancy of less than 9 years. Since then, she has been learning to live with Alzheimer’s Disease. Varey had been noticing a loss of strength on one side of her body, […]

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  • toller cranston dead, toller cranston art, canadian mens figure skating legend, canadian figure skating, order of canada, ellen burka, mens free skate champion

    Canadian artist and figure skating legend Toller Cranston died at his home of many years in Mexico this past Saturday on January 24th 2015, of an apparent heart attack. In his autobiography (one of 7 books he authored), he admitted to being an abusive drug user (until quitting at age 43), and bisexual, who was […]

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