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Remembering the True Meaning of Memorial Day

Originally called Decoration Day, Memorial Day is a day of remembrance for those who have died in service to our country. It was first observed on May 30, 1868, to commemorate the sacrifices of Civil War soldiers, by proclamation of General John A. Logan of the Grand Army of the Republic, an organization of former [&hellip

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Daily Coffee May Help Seniors Live Longer

A leading U.S. Cancer Institute study suggests that adults 50-71 (the target Sciddy audience) might lower their risk of dying from common causes by 10% by consuming three cups of coffee or more daily. The finding applies to those that drink either caffeinated or decaffeinated coffee. It indicates that coffee drinking is related to a [&hellip

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Soon-To-Be Senior Pitcher Breaks Record

Okay, so technically he doesn’t turn 50 until November and become both AARP and Sciddy eligible, but last month, Jamie Moyer of the Colorado Rockies became the oldest pitcher to ever win a game in the major leagues. Moyer first took the mound in a big league game on June 16, 1986 and was paid [&hellip

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Never Too Old To Dream

Sharon Stevens, a 55-year old grandmother of two, recently auditioned to be a Dallas Cowboy cheerleader for the 2012-13 season. To make the cheerleading squad has been a dream of Ms. Stevens for 33 years. If she makes the team, she would be the oldest Cowboy cheerleader in history by 14 years. Here’s a link [&hellip

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Senior Employees Will Be Missed

A recent survey conducted by Society for Human Resource Management, in partnership with AARP, found that 40% of all employers think that the loss of older workers will adversely impact their business over the course of the next decade. Nearly 2/3 of organizations with more than 25,000 employees have developed succession plans to deal with the [&hellip

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