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January 12, 2018
Dorothy

FLORAL ADVICE The Flower Of The Year Is Here: The Purple Rose

(NAPSI)—It’s official: The purple rose is Flower of the Year for 2018. There are many reasons this enchanting bloom is having its moment. Purple Roses: Rising to the Occasion The product development team at 1-800-Flowers.com travels the globe each year in search of the latest trends to inspire truly original designs. This year, it found

January 12, 2018
Dorothy

HINTS FOR HOMEOWNERS When It’s Time To Replace Your Water Heater

(NAPSI)—The next time you find you have a too old or already broken water heater, these tools and advice from the U.S. EPA can help. Water heaters typically last about 10 years. If your water heater is older than that, you could avoid a potentially costly and complicated emergency replacement by taking action now. In

January 12, 2018
Dorothy

CAR CARE CORNER U.S.-Made Parts Can Be Key To Positive Car Repair Experience

(NAPSI)—The next time you have someone work on your car, it may pay to ask the technician why he or she chose a specific brand of replacement parts. That’s because a brand name can be a strong indicator of product quality. It can also provide added assurance that the manufacturer will stand behind the product.

January 12, 2018
Dorothy

NEWS FOR OLDER AMERICANS Living Well With Dementia In The Community

(NAPSI)—The good news is, Americans are living longer than ever before. While longer life spans bring great opportunities, however, older adults face an increased risk of developing a chronic condition or cognitive disorder. In fact, one in 10 people age 65 or older lives with some form of dementia. Symptoms include memory loss, language difficulty,

January 9, 2018
Dorothy

NEWS FOR OLDER AMERICANS How Older Adults Can Combat Loneliness And Social Isolation Through Exercise

(NAPSI)—When discussing health, people typically think of physical health-their weight, strength, mobility, and potential health issues they are facing. However, when looking at overall well-being, it’s important to think beyond the physical and focus on mental health as well. This is especially true for older Americans, as many are tackling physical and mental health issues