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Music is a powerful thing. Perhaps more than any other human activity, music has the ability to cross cultural boundaries and unify people with its power. However, music is especially powerful when it comes to the mental and physical well being of seniors. There is even such a thing as music therapy. In this older…
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Getting older involves a lot of transitioning from what you used to know as “normal” to an entirely new normal in a lot of different situations. One of these situations is when you find yourself having to downsize to a smaller home. Perhaps your home is just too big with your kids grown and moved…
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By Emanueli Backes The problem with enzymatic browning Think back to a time when you ate an appetizing apple. After a few moments of eating the first bite, the exposed area you just bit begins to darken. You’re probably wondering how it went from a white to brown color so quickly? Amazing! Could it […]
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By Karin Cho Welcome back to the second part of “Pursuing a Graduate Degree in Food Science for Non-Food Science Students”. For part one, please go to this post (https://sciencemeetsfood.org/graduate-degree-in-food-science/). In part two, I’ll be sharing my experience with the graduate application process for food science programs. I didn’t apply to all the food science […]
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By Abbie Sommer I’ve been on a quest for the perfect cut out cookie recipe for the holidays. In my mind, the perfect cutout cookie is a light golden brown with sharp edges. It should retain its shape and not spread beyond recognition. The icing on top should cover the surface without flowing over and […]
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Is CBD Helpful in Treating Autism? The word “cannabis” refers to marijuana, which contains a variety of phytochemicals that may help people suffering from certain medical conditions. Many…
Ageism in hiring is a hot topic. But sometimes an older candidate is just an old bad apple as opposed to a victim of ageism.
You may have already resigned yourself to the fact that prospects are just jumpy these days. Get them where they live. Literally.
There is some tension between a government approach and private enterprise approaches to aging. Both approaches need to be considered.
Could food be the medicine that gets us through this pandemic? Understanding the potential power of every ounce of food and beverage you serve.
Conversations on Race to highlight the Black experience and explore diversity issues in senior living. Interview with Sunyatta Amen and Jack Sterne.
The most recent occupancy levels for the Primary Markets are the lowest NIC has ever recorded since they started tracking in 2006. Scary but hopeful.
Imagine this: As you sanitize, temp check, and social distance, your building has your back—working for you, supporting your efforts, and saving you money.
Steve Moran has filled his pages with raw, unfiltered insight that comes from years in senior living, uncovering the “messy truths” of being a leader.
It can be next to impossible to capture a spontaneous moment in which everyone looks perfect, especially in senior living.
While cold food was a problem it was not THE REAL PROBLEM. In many cases, solutions to big problems don’t cost anything at all.
Communities desperately needed to show all the great stuff they were doing to stay safe. Seven-plus months into the pandemic. Things have changed.
I learned important principles such as “You scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours”. You know, the law of reciprocity. Whose back have you stopped scratching?
How can I best achieve my profit margins? How can I make a higher margin on services? Big, important questions . . . no doubt.
Perfection takes a toll so it’s not surprising that burnout is a common challenge. This challenge is emotional and so the response has to speak to emotions.