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Another gardening year is behind us. Isn’t it true that the older we get, the faster time flies? But the news is not all negative. There is an upside to this whole speed of time deal, especially when it comes to gardening.

Getting screened early for memory loss won’t prevent it from happening, but it can mean the difference in how it’s treated and your quality of life.

I’m a cat lover, and we’ve always had a domestic cat in our lives. In fact, I’m an animal lover in general, a term that includes both domesticated “companion animals” and Mother Nature’s “other animals.”

Rick Pettigrew has his sights set on some pretty big travel goals for 2020 and he wants to take you with him.

\If you’re age 65 or older, you face an increased risk of falling down: one out of four fall every year. After falling once, your chances of falling again doubles. Falls can cause serious injury — to the brain or hip — and significantly impact mobility. Each year, 2.8 million people over age…

We tend to think of our DNA as belonging to us alone. After all, DNA, or scientifically speaking, deoxyribonucleic acid, is what defines us as individuals.

Caring for a loved one with dementia can be challenging and at times, overwhelming. Currently, more than 16 million Americans provide unpaid care for people living with Alzheimer’s or other dementias. Salem resident and former caregiver Susan Jones cared for her partner Elizabeth for 12 year…

Educate yourself about the options available in continuing care communities, which range from independent living to skilled nursing care. 

“Hens” and their “chicks” are actually succulent plants that are easy to grow, but not all of them can handle cold winters.

Growing evidence indicates that people can reduce their risk of cognitive decline by adopting key lifestyle habits.

Step inside Abbey Creek Vineyard and Winery, and you’ll notice right away this isn’t your typical experience – hip hop music plays in the background, family pictures are posted on the wall, and you’re greeted by Bertony Faustin, Oregon’s first black winemaker.

Don’t you just love Oregon summers? Living in this beautiful part of the world is a privilege we should never take for granted.

What makes you feel love, makes your heart sing, or lights up your life?

In 1926, The Elsinore Theatre opened in downtown Salem as a silent film house and vaudeville venue, and for yearly 100 years has provided a variety of artistic opportunities to the Salem community. Did you visit The Elsinore to see a blockbuster movie, a silent film, a touring dance company …

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