Ramblings of a Rambler – June 2020

By Bill Watson, Publisher Prime Time News ~ Hi Prime Timers! How’s life been treating you? Anything interesting going on? Of course, I joke! I hope you are all staying safe and doing well! We are trying something new with…

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Warner Bros. Provides the Opportunity to View ‘Just Mercy’ for free

Warner Bros. has made the decision to provide the opportunity to view the film ‘Just Mercy’ free for the month of June.  For more information: https://www.justmercyfilm.com/  Warner Bros.  released the following statement:

Biodesix and Boulder Community Health Offer Drive-up COVID-19 Testing

Drive-up Testing Sites Offer Appointments for Patients ~ BOULDER, CO, May 20, 2020 – Biodesix, Inc., a leading diagnostic company in lung disease, announced today that it has partnered with Boulder Community Health (BCH), a community owned-and-operated not-for-profit health system, to…

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Alzheimer’s Association expands Denver metro services

While the coronavirus pandemic has forced many companies and organizations to curtail operations, the Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado is busy ramping up service across the state with enhanced programs and services tailored for social distancing.

State files lawsuit defending Colorado streams and wetlands from flawed federal rule

May 22, 2020 (DENVER, Colo.) — On behalf of the State of Colorado, Attorney General Phil Weiser today filed a lawsuit in federal district court in Denver to protect Colorado’s streams and wetlands from a dangerous federal rule that would leave them…

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Lockdown Lift Tips – Are Your Ready?

By Kay Hutchison ~ For many of us it seems that we are actually now in more uncertain times than we were a few weeks ago. Lockdown may have come upon us all relatively quickly, but its realities were easily…

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How COVID-19 May Change A Trip To The Dentist’s Office

By Kyle D. Bogan, DDS ~ As the coronavirus pandemic swept the U.S., state governments mandated that dental offices open only for emergency procedures. But in the coming weeks, some dental practices may resume regular appointments in individual states where businesses…

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The Importance Of Estate Planning During The Coronavirus Pandemic

By Sarah L. Golombek, Esq. ~ These are unprecedented times we are living in with the COVID-19 Pandemic. Not surprisingly, many are worried about their health and are concerned about whether their financial and legal affairs are in order in…

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Mental Health Colorado starts initiative for Coloradans to connect with friends, allies, and neighbors

“In This Together” initiative will help build social closeness as we maintain social distancing guidelines ~ DENVER— This is undoubtedly one of the most stressful times imaginable for many. This pandemic drives the message home that our physical health and our…

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Running A Business And A Household In The Age of Remote Working

The question of where worklife ends and homelife begins took on new meaning when COVID-19 forced people to work from home while simultaneously caring for children whose schools and daycare centers shut down. But as people struggle to balance the…

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Coping Tips to Keep Seniors Mentally Healthy during Extended COVID-19

(FAIRFIELD, CT) – May 13, 2020 – A recent poll conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation finds that 45 percent of all adults believe the coronavirus pandemic has had a major impact on their mental health.  In addition, the National Alliance on Mental…

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By Eric Gonzalez ~ Social interaction is a very important part of a healthy lifestyle. However, we get less and less social interaction as we grow older. This problem is only exacerbated by the current COVID-19 pandemic, with stay at…

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Employment Resource for Older Workers

Instead of setting a goal to retire at a certain age, many any older adults are choosing to remain in the work force for a variety of reasons. Working, either at home, a traditional office job or gig work, provides…

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Creative Eldering: Your small intestine

Your small intestine may be “small” in diameter, but it certainly is long in length.  The diameter of your small intestine is about the size of your middle finger.  Your small intestine is probably 20 to 25 feet long (6.096-7.62…

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Everyday Immune Booster: Movement & Exercise

By Cate Reade, MS, RD, SFS ~ For our immune system to function well, it needs to communicate with every cell in our whole body. Our circulatory system is the superhighway that transports immune cells, messages and responses throughout our…

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