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When Internal Organs see the Light of Day

March 2, 2018

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This week, a close friend of Life in the Boomer Lane called her and started the conversation with the following: “I called you because you are an expert in prolapse.” This is, unfortunately, correct. Some years ago, LBL was in the shower, minding her own business, when she was suddenly aware that something was falling […]

Chiropractic Treatment for Chronic Pain

January 11, 2018

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The following is a guest post from Stephen Roshy. Back pain: Chiropractic is incredible at eliminating back pain. There are plenty of clinical studies to back up this claim. If you are a person with a chronic back pain, even if you bend over and feel a sharp pain, then it is likely that it […]

Making Your Teeth White Again

October 27, 2017

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Life in the Boomer Lane is always looking for clever ways to whiten her teeth. She is currently dipping her toothpaste-coated toothbrush into baking soda. She admits that, for that reason, the following guest post caught her attention.  Let her know if you try clay. She’ll write an entire post about your pearly whites.    […]

3 Health Reasons to Invest in Vacations

February 19, 2016

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The following is a guest post from Christine Rudolph, a fellow blogger: Just like we invest in our home’s upkeep, our children’s education, and our retirement plans, vacations have numerous health benefits that can’t be ignored – and are worth investing in as we age. Aside from the known psychological benefits like improved mood and […]

Reasons Dental Care for the Over 50s is More Important Than Ever, a Guest Post by Debra Lewis

October 23, 2015

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Debbie Lewis an aspiring  writer, mother, and yoga enthusiast. She loves to write about all different topics, as she feels it helps her learn new things. If you’d like her to write for you, you can connect with her on G+ ***** Most of us know that one of the best ways to take care […]

The Answers Issue

September 2, 2014

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Time Magazine has done the impossible.  Their current issue, titled The Answers Issue, has hit the newsstands.  Not only does Time tackle the big questions, the ones we didn’t think had answers, it goes well beyond that.  It answers questions we didn’t even know we had and questions we should be asking but aren’t.   […]

Guerrilla Aging: My Kilimanjaro, And Yours

July 18, 2014

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Amanda Royce-Hale, known to her readers as Wiseacre Way, chose that name because “I’m a bit of a wiseacre, I seek wisdom, I love acreage, I’m on my way somewhere, and I just like the sound of the words.” Amanda has been given all the stuff of a great life: a close family, long loving […]