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  • Point of View: Who's taking care of the caregivers?

    One spouse needs care; the other becomes the caregiver. The Older Americans Act is up for re-authorization, and agencies are hoping more money will be underwriting the act since more people than ever are entering their own uncharted destinies of needing care and providing care.Most retirees had jobs they were trained to do or possessed skills for. Caretaking is a job many of us are inheriting. I realized when I was young that I could never be a proficient nurse or doctor, but now I am [

    The Palm Beach Post
  • Where you can go to celebrate Earth Day today

    You can help beautify local neighborhoods and recreation areas by getting involved in a community cleanup project for Earth Day, celebrated on Monday.

    www.abc6.com
  • China can bring positive change to Venezuela

    China is the world’s largest oil importer, and Venezuela has the largest proven oil reserves in the world. For those two reasons alone, the economic relationship between our nations will inevitably grow. In fact, we hope for even more. There are many areas besides oil in which we can mutually benefit

    www.chicagotribune.com
  • This Is How Long Sex Should Last (From a Woman's Point of View)

    A lot of people conflate longer sex with better sex, but that's not always the case.

    GQ
  • Can you idolise a sportsman whose views you hate?

    COMMENT BY OLIVER HOLT - MAIL ON SUNDAY CHIEF SPORTS WRITER: In the wake of the Michael Jackson documentary there was a debate about whether it was possible to separate art from the artist

    Mail Online
  • The best video doorbells you can buy today

    Searching for a new doorbell? Start here.

    CNET
  • Point of View: 'Electability' and 'Bernie' don't belong in the same sentence

    The latest NBC/Wall Street Journal poll shows the 2020 presidential race is eminently winnable for the Democrats, unless they do something foolish -- such as nominate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt.Here's the good news for Democrats:"Overall, half of registered voters say they are 'very uncomfortable' with [President Trump's] candidacy while an additional 9 percent say they have 'some reservations.' ""Among those saying they're 'very uncomfortable' are at least half of [

    The Palm Beach Post