Elyssa Lewin, executive director and founder of Nancy’s House, a respite resource for family caregivers, is the guest on the January 28 episode of Boomer Generation Radio.
Editor’s Note: This is a guest review by JSA reader Jim Geiger. With Oscar season upon us, films are topics of conversation for all of us and NEBRASKA deserves its place among this year’s best. [Read more…]
I heard a talk last year by Arthur Leonard Caplan, PhD, a well known and well respected bioethicist, who presently is the Director of the Division of Bioethics at New York University. His talk to [Read more…]
Dr. Stephen Goldfine, chief medical officer of Samaritan Healthcare and Hospice in South Jersey, is Rabbi Address’ guest on the January 21, 2014 episode of Boomer Generation Radio.
Bonnie Joffe, founder of the website 50andBeyond.com , is the January 14, 2014 guest on Boomer Generation Radio.
This is not a political piece. Not by any stretch. Then again, I guess everything can be considered political in some sense. I recently began a class in my congregation on Responsa; the traditional literary [Read more…]
I’ve never been one to make New Year’s resolutions as they usually are the same each year: diet, exercise, eat less sugar. Their boringness usually ends up at the bottom of my post-it note pile [Read more…]
Health and wellness expert Simona Hadjigeorgalis is the January 7, 2014 guest on Boomer Generation Radio, Rabbi Richard Address’s radio talk show heard weekly on WWDB-AM 860 in Philadelphia. About Simona Hadjigeorgalis Simona Hadjigeorgalis is [Read more…]
Richard Pérez-Peña’s article in the New York Times, “I May Be 50, but Don’t Call Me a Boomer,” is an entertaining look at why demographic labels may not always be welcomed.
The NutritionCME website, a site aimed mainly at healthcare professionals, is offering a series of online webinars about nutrition and its role in brain health. You can watch the programs for free, but you will [Read more…]