|Straight Talk about Sex
A study shows that there may not be any link between strokes and sex in middle-aged men. Any link may, in fact, just be coincidental.
|The Grass Is Greener Right Here
As someone who recently celebrated her 50th birthday, Diana has been struggling to get her head around her age and the best way to approach the whole aging process.
|The TurnAround Mom
With all the concern about the effects of a sports-related concussion, Carey is focusing on emotional concussions: the effects of a dysfunctional family on a child.
| The Power of Grief|
Many boomers and older adults experience the deaths of several friends and relatives in a short period of time. Diane Snyder Cowan write about managing multiple losses.
|Living On Purpose|
What makes us who we are is not just our ability to think and reason; it’s also the ability to connect emotionally. A head injury can do irreparable damage to the emotional center of the brain, changing the personality forever.
|I Kid You Not|
A kids' basketball game ended in a trip to the ER, a diagnosed concussion, a CT scan and a week of no school, sports or "thinking." Kristine shares what concussion was like for her pre-teen.
It’s hard enough trying to teach middle school students as they are growing physically and physiologically, but now it seems that differences among the students in their development may lead to calling students names, like “gay”. Middle school has become a three-ring circus where boundaries and appropriateness are needed.
Can reparative therapy help people change their sexual preferences? No one knows, but Rev. Kuehne argues that it might, and at the very least, reparative therapy should not be outlawed as some suggest.
Suzanne’s research shows there is some good and bad things about Valentine’s Day. But she’s choosing to follow the good -- and her heart.