Despite age and multiple health problems, many seniors are coping better than their younger cohorts with the isolation of COVID-19, recent studies suggest. Maybe it’s because they’ve faced adversity before. Diane Evans, a 74-year old resident of a senior center in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood, suffers from depression and other health issues. These days, she … Continue reading These Seniors Can’t Be Stopped By A Pandemic
If you have leftover sweet potatoes from Thanksgiving, it doesn’t take long to roast them with spinach. This recipe calls for sweet potatoes, spinach, honey, rosemary and chili powder, making it simple yet delicious. GET THE RECIPE
Tired of the flavors of Thanksgiving? Roasted red pepper pesto might be your answer. You can put this pesto on pasta, bruschetta or anything you want… Even yesterday’s turkey. GET THE RECIPE
If you’re tired of cooking or your refrigerator is full of Thanksgiving leftovers that you don’t want, try making something simple for dinner instead. This sheet pan chicken for two with avocado salsa requires little preparation and a simple clean up. Plus, it’s delicious. GET THE RECIPE
As Pandemic Blues Drag On, Could Getting A Dog Be The Cure? As the COVID-19 crisis continues to grow and the temperatures drop around the country, forcing many back into isolation, one might consider the folksy advice often attributed to President Harry S. Truman: If you want a friend in life, get a dog. While it … Continue reading Should You Get A Pet?
It’s time for the family to talk about how to handle Thanksgiving this year. As the pandemic rages on, many of us are longing to see aging parents, old friends, and enjoy some sort of normalcy, especially if it involves turkey, pumpkin pie, and fighting with your siblings over the TV remote. While it’s still … Continue reading How To Have A Safe Thanksgiving This Year