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10th Mountain Division exhibits opens at Veterans Museum Broomfield

The Veterans Museum Broomfield has opened “Skiing Off to War with the 10th Mountain Division”—a new exhibit that is a tribute to the famed 10th Mountain Division of World War II.

The Mindful Path – Decisions Day

By Marilyn Halpern, MSW, LSW ~ April 16, 2024, will mark the 17th Annual National Healthcare Decisions Day. This day is designed to bring peace of mind about future healthcare decision-making. Did you know? 90% of people say that planning for serious health matters including end-of-life care is important, but only 37% of people have […]

The Mindful Path – The Lion’s Mind

By Marilyn Halpern, MSW, LSW ~ “If March comes in like a lion, it will go out like a lamb.” As it turns out, this weather-wise expression has several origin stories. It has been attributed to the playwright, John Fletcher (1624) and the writer, Thomas Fuller (1732). It certainly has stood the test of time.

Alternative Medicine – Is It Right For You?

By Gwyneth Short, ATC ~ As complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) becomes more popular in the US, more seniors and older adults are using this avenue to alleviate pain and treat a variety of conditions. There are many different sources that will categorize CAM. For example, some will include things like physical therapy and massage […]

Weight Lifting for the Mind

By Gail Hamilton ~ I once saw a cartoon, well I didn’t actually see the cartoon, I heard of a cartoon where a person’s head was being held up by a set of barbells. The words underneath read, “Aerobics for the mind.” Just like our bodies, our minds need strengthening daily. Every day there’s so […]

Ramblings of a Rambler – Feb. 2024

By Bill Watson, Publisher Prime Time News ~ Hi Prime Timers! I’m Rambling while watching the AFC championship game between Kansas City and the Baltimore Ravens. They just exchanged touchdowns and the crowd in Baltimore is going wild. I’ll be pulling for the underdogs on this day since my team, the Eagles, had an epic […]

Caring Senior Service Franchise Owner Named as Franchise Business Review Rock Star

SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Aug. 11, 2023 – Caring Senior Service of New Braunfels, Texas co-owner Cathy Trlica has been named by Franchise Business Review, an independent market research firm specializing in measuring franchisee satisfaction and employee engagement in the franchise sector, as one of its 2023 Franchise Rock Stars in a competition that saw more than 250 nominations […]

Guided Workout Apps

By Patrick Baker ~ Sometimes we need a little nudge when it comes to working out. Sometimes workouts are inspired by things we like or that need doing. Our canine or feline companions need a walk. The grandchildren want to go to the park. We need a few items from a store within walking distance. […]

The Closet Diet

Everyone talks about losing weight when the new year starts. But what about losing weight in your wardrobe! At Closets by Design, we call it The Closet Diet! If you can’t possibly part with carbs, try tossing a cardigan! And why not? We only wear about 25 percent of the clothes in our closet so why not shed […]

Ramblings of a Rambler – Nov. 2022

By Bill Watson, Publisher Prime Time News ~ Hi Prime Timers! Did you know that November is National Care Giver month and National Alzheimer’s Awareness month? I recently received an email from Ralph Patrick from the Alzheimer’s Association. There was a brief little note [below] which struck a chord with me and I felt the […]

The Mindful Path – Ichigo Ichie

By Marilyn Halpern, LSW, MSW ~ Bunka No Hi is a national holiday in Japan celebrating Japanese culture. It is held in November every year and each region has its own unique cultural celebration. Denver Takayama Sister Cities will be celebrating Bunka No Hi with performances and presentations by local and national experts. The History […]

Oasis Institute Seeking Volunteers for 2022-23 Intergenerational Tutoring Program

June 13, 2022 – The Oasis Institute, a nonprofit educational organization that promotes healthy aging through lifelong learning, active lifestyles and service, has announced new components to their intergenerational tutoring program, the largest initiative of its kind in the United States. In response to widespread education disruption over the past two years, the organization has enhanced training […]

Close the Gap in Senior Care collaborates with Lowe’s Livable Home to provide grab bars to seniors in need

The collaboration will expand the nonprofit’s current initiative to prevent falls, which are the number one cause of fatal injury to seniors ~ SAN ANTONIO, Texas – June 10, 2022 – Close the Gap in Senior Care, the nonprofit arm of Caring Senior Service, announced today it is collaborating with Lowe’s Livable Home, a one-stop destination started by Lowe’s […]

Ramblings of a Rambler – June 2022

By Bill Watson, Publisher Prime Time News ~ Hi Prime Timers. It is with a heavy heart again that I’m writing my article. Unfortunately, I have done more than a few such articles since purchasing the paper. The horrific shooting in Uvalde has literally made me sick to my stomach and I have run the gamut of […]

The Mindful Path – Loving Kindness

By Marilyn Halpern, MSW, LSW ~ Loving Kindness or Metta Meditation is an ultimate form of compassion towards yourself and others. It is a soothing, intentional way to increase emotional strength and promote wellness. “Metta” is associated with benevolence, friendship, positive energy and kindness for you and others.


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