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2017

Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook, Pens Book Offering Tips on Coping with Grief

Two years after the sudden loss of her beloved husband, Facebook COO and Lean In Author Sheryl Sandberg candidly shares the journey through her grief in a new book co-authored with her friend and psy

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2017

Opioid Addiction Can Affect Seniors

Opioid abuse is a serious public health issue that has grown to epidemic proportions nationwide. While young adults are the biggest abusers of prescription opioid pain relievers, many older Americans

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2017

Veteran’s Indicator on Driver’s License Now Free in Massachusetts

The Registry of Motor Vehicles is now providing Massachusetts driver’s licenses and IDs with “Veteran’s Indicators” to Veterans at no cost. The “Veteran’s Indicator” is a symbol that appears on a lic

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2017

Having a Pet is Good for Your Health

Pets can boost both our physical and mental health and in some cases, even help us live longer. Many people own pets for the unconditional love and companionship, which directly increases health and

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2017

How to Stay Happy and Healthy: 5 Tips for Seniors in 2017

It’s common to wish someone a happy, healthy New Year, but what is the best way to accomplish that goal? Today’s seniors are living longer than ever before and want to stay as happy and healthy for a

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2016

5th Annual Coat Drive Huge Success!

Our deepest appreciation goes out to our generous community. With your help, we were able to donate nearly five hundred gently used coats to provide much needed warmth to those in need during this wi

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2016

Annual Coat Drive Underway: Your Gently Used Coats Will Provide Warmth to Those in Need This Winter!

With your help, we have provided over 1,000 gently used coats to those in need! Help us continue the tradition to provide warmth to the needy in our community with our fifth annual coat drive, happen

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2016

Plant. Grow. Share. reaches more people than ever before to help provide fresh food for the hungry!

As the growing season winds down, we are pleased to see how well the Plant. Grow. Share. program – a fresh food initiative for our local food pantries – grew this year with the addition of several ne

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2016

Free Local Hospice Guide Available

Hospice: A Wealth of Information About a Rich Resource answers many questions you might have about what hospice really is; how to choose a hospice; and how to pay for hospice. The guide covers other

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2016

Elie Wiesel: A Voice For Peace Dies at 87

Nobel laureate and Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel was laid to rest after a private service at the Fifth Avenue Synagogue in New York City on Sunday, July 3, following his death the previous day at hi

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