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Issue: March 2018 Legacy: Yesterday’s Nightmare -Breaking the Chains-

Publish Date: February 28, 2018

My Daughter needed a quick recipe for a get-together. I pulled out an ol' family classic that is super easy and oh so good. I have made this cornbread for many years and it always receives rave reviews. Be ready to share your recipe when you whip this up for your next dinner or gathering. Enjoy!

Easy Peasy Cornbread

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Issue Articles

Published: February 28, 2018

Legacy: Your Guide to Decision Making

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Tips Combat Dryness in the Throat, Nose, or Mouth

“If you or a loved one is on Oxygen Therapy, you may have noticed some uncomfortable dryness in the throat, nose, or mouth. This is a common side-effect for oxygen users, however,...

Socialization and Its Importance to Seniors – Tips for Socializing

Think back to your formative years. Were you ever the new kid in school? What did it take to make new friends and have fun with people you didn’t know? It usually started with a...

INSIDE ADVISOR: Five Facts You Might Not Know About Social Security

Most people know at least something about Social Security. For decades, Social Security has been providing valuable information and tools to help you build financial security....

INSIDE ADVISOR: How To Eliminate Loose Dentures

Dental implants can stabilize dentures and virtually eliminate many of the problems associated with complete tooth loss and wearing dentures. Millions of people around the...

How Do I get my Awards Military Metals?

While the Veterans Administration (VA) recently has made great strides in the delivery of healthcare and monetary benefits, there are still a few mysteries that perplex the best...

QUICK TIPS: When Does a Senior Citizen on Social Security Stop Filing Taxes?

Top 8 Tax Facts 2017 may not be as TAXING as you think! Here are some tax facts to keep in mind for 2017: You may not need to file a tax return. Filing requirements depend on your age,...

March 2018 Days of the Month

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