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COVID-19 Socialization: Unbar the Doors!

Go Out, Visit Friends and Have Fun! COVID-19 Socialization is the natural outcome of the previous two blogs, which treated coronavirus spreading and how to safely shop for groceries. We’ll extend what we have learned by treating many more activities … Continue reading

COVID-19 Safety: How The Virus Spreads…

Control Risk By Understanding… COVID-19 safety is a serious concern for the immediate future. However, all around us, states and businesses are beginning to open their doors. How do we escape our prisons without taking premature risk? This three-part blog … Continue reading

Self-Driving Fatalities – Warning Signs!

Self-driving fatalities are a warning sign of problems with autonomous vehicles. The fatalities are the saddest, most tragic evidence. However, there are many non-fatal accidents that could have turned fatal as well. We have previously discussed barriers to autonomous vehicle … Continue reading

Shrimp Scampi Recipe – Eat Your Garlic!

Shrimp scampi is an irresistible main course that’s easy to prepare. And since we just discussed the health benefits of garlic and other allium veggies, this recipe is timely as well as tasty. Recipe: Shrimp Scampi with Linguini (Print recipe) … Continue reading

Garlic Benefits in Folklore & Modern Medicine

Good News for Cancer Prevention! Garlic and its cousins occupy a unique position, straddling the worlds of superstition, medicine and the culinary arts. In modern cookery, the most familiar Alliums, that is, the garlic family, are onions, garlic, scallions, shallots, … Continue reading

Early Dementia Tests May Not Tell the Truth

Beware of Under- and Over-Diagnosis!             The Value of Early Dementia Testing Early dementia tests can reveal whether a loved one suffers from Alzheimer Disease or another progressive form of dementia. Some people might say: I really don’t want to … Continue reading

Downsize Now – You Have Too Much “Stuff”…

Do Yourself (and Your Heirs) a Favor! Downsize now? For most people we know, the correct answer is yes. Some folks have only a little bit of “too much stuff”: outgrown children’s clothing; two-generations-old Apple electronics; the water skis you … Continue reading

Structured Decision Making – No Frets, No Regrets

Mediating Assessments for Wise Choices There’s a new structured decision making tool, and it’s not only for business. It may strengthen us for some rare, difficult choices that we each have to make. Choices and decisions: the average U.S. adult … Continue reading

The Spy in Your Car – He’s Always There

What Does He See? Who Does He Tell? There’s a spy in your car. You already knew that Facebook knows far too much about you. And you already knew that retail stores track your every move. In addition, hackers have stolen … Continue reading