Archive for May, 2008

The unexpected dependent: When retirement is not for you alone (AARP Bulletin Today – 19 May 2008)

Three articles about the potential retirement consequences of an unexpected dependent appear on the AARP Bulletin Today website. Excerpt: Teresa Boardman, 49, and Jack Boardman, 59, of St. Paul, Minn., had a plan. When Jack turned 65, he would retire

Superfoods help heart health (Nutritional Outlook – April 2008)

A story about superfoods and how their consumption can benefit cardiovascular health appears in the April 2008 issue of Nutritional Outlook. Excerpt:You can hardly open a magazine or newspaper these days without reading about so-called superfoods.  Exotic foods such as

When your toddler is a late talker (Parenting – May 2008)

An article about toddlers and delayed speech appears in the May 2008 issue of Parenting Magazine.  Excerpt: If your toddler seems behind in speech and language, people often try to offer up "helpful" advice. Careful — they may pass on

What to do when your parent is in debt (AARP Bulletin Today – April 2008)

An article about what to do when you find that your elderly parent is in debt appears on the AARP Bulletin Today website. Excerpt: Until our weeklong visit, my mother and I had no idea that things had gotten so