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Genetics and Longevity at The Osborn

After a fascinating evening learning from expert Dr. Nir Barzilai about the latest research into the role that genetics play in the aging process, Dr. Barzilai asked if we would share and article which ran in the New York Times. In case you were unable to attend the lecture last night, Dr. Barzilai shared his research into the […]

What’s the Best Medicine for a Cough?

What do you take to stop a cough?  This time of year allergies are about to kick into high gear.  Colds and flu just don’t want to give up!  With that, the gift that keeps on giving is the dreaded cough!  When you walk into a drug store in search of relief, it is hard […]

Those Two Minute Breaks? They Add Up

If you walk for two minutes and repeat the walk over many times does that have a positive impact on your health?  How about walking 10 minutes?  Can you do that three times a day?  The benefits of living longer seem to be the same with each pattern according to a new study of physical […]

Great Show on Good Living with Michele Thomas – Tuesday, April 3rd

Pour your coffee.  Make it an especially aromatic blend this morning.  On Tuesday, April 3rd tune to AM1490WGCH when Michele will be sitting down with Ruth Sutcliffe.  Ruth is the founder of The Scent Guru Group, LLC and the creator of Essential Awakenings Smell and Memory Kit. Sutcliffe is a 30-year veteran of the flavor and fragrance industry.  […]

WellSpring Wednesday – The Maternal Grandparent Advantage

Generation Grandparent Happiness is a grandchild!  As our children get older and start settling down, face it, we think baby booties!  What could be a more amazing experience then spending time with your child’s child?  Does what we envision work out better if it happens to be our daughter’s baby? You hear paternal grandparents often […]

WellSpring Wednesday – Quantifying Benefits of Owning a Dog

Just how good is walking a dog for you?  Is it truly yet another health benefit?  Yet another great reason to own a dog? A British study found older dog owners who walked their dogs at least once a day got at minimum of 20 percent more activity than people without dogs.  They also spent less time […]

Livable Communities Age Friendly Collaborative Location Changed Due to Weather

The Livable Communities Age Friendly Networking Event and Conference titled, “The Purposeful Life Re-Imagined,” has been relocated for March 8th due to the impending storm. The event will now take place at the Westchester County Center, 198 Central Avenue, White Plains, NY 10606, beginning at 11:00am.  The rooms are A-C on the first floor.  Parking […]

Tune into Good Living with Michele Thomas on Tuesday, March 6th!

March is definitely coming in like a lion!!  Well, get settled, get a good cup a coffee on Tuesday, March6th at 9:30am and tune to AM1490WGCH.  Michele Thomas will be sitting down with Lori Contadino, Director of the Commission on Aging in Greenwich. The Commission on Aging is the town agency responsible for the needs of […]

WellSpring Wednesday – Good Fats, Bad Fats!

There is certain dietary advice that will crop up every so often, just when you think you’ve figured out what to eat.  Now another curve ball.  What do you do?  Start from scratch?  One of the most popular health and diet issues are fats and oils.  What is a good oil and which one causes […]

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