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Article provided by: Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Southwestern Regional Medical Center. Tulsa, OK   As seniors draw closer to retirement, being strong and as healthy...

By Darlene Franklin Fifty books in with her latest novel, “Mermaid’s Song,” historical author Darlene Franklin is still going strong and looking forward to another...

Photography and Text by Terry “Travels with Terry” Zinn t4z@aol.com Having recently returned from a trip of a lifetime, in 1980 touring of ancient Egypt...

story and photo by Traci Chapman As healthcare becomes more complex and treatment more expensive, patients of all ages and conditions have found themselves in...

Whether it’s climbing into a combine to harvest the wheat or walking into a congressional meeting to discuss farm policy, Francie Kucera Tolle remains...

A special day long seminar will help persons losing their sight or blind and their families and friends. The Heartland Council of the Blind...

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by Bobby Anderson, Staff Writer If you get the right fit, then everything else will take care of itself. It’s the driving motto at Patriot Prosthetics...

story and photo by Bobby Anderson, Staff Writer A mother and daughter’s leisurely stroll through a craft fair has turned into a unique opportunity for...

There is no guidebook or manual covering all the complexities associated with getting older. The self-help section of every bookstore boasts several topics ranging...

by Bobby Anderson, Staff Writer Food drives, donations and bake sales run rampant in hospitals when it comes to raising money for community service projects. But a...

A local art show raised more than $3440 for Mercy’s stroke education, treatment and prevention programs. The benefit, which was organized by Oklahoma Artists...

The Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation has received a pair of grants totaling nearly $2.1 million from the National Institutes of Health. The projects will...

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by Bobby Anderson, Staff Writer It’s Friday morning heading into Memorial Weekend and Tim Ingram has been up since 4 a.m. The general manager of Yukon’s...

story and photos by Bobby Anderson, Staff Writer With more than a decade in law enforcement, Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Deputy Kim Lopez knows criminals have...

by Bobby Anderson Staff Writer Five years ago, a developer invited Roland J. Chupik’s Neighborhood Housing Services Oklahoma group to help rehabilitate Wesley Retirement Village located...

Navigating the uncharted territory known as aging is not always easy. In fact, it can be down right frustrating. Boomers and seniors are encouraged...

by Bobby Anderson, Staff Writer As a licensed clinical social worker, Liz Shumate understands sadness and depression are not a normal part of aging. But for thousands...

by Bobby Anderson Staff Writer Karen Ritchie, RN, has seen the looks come across the faces of new patients walking into the Norman Regional Oklahoma Wound...

Photography and Text by Terry “Travels with Terry” Zinn  t4z@aol.com Preceding the Red Earth Festival in Oklahoma City is the informative, entertaining and thought provoking...

Picnics, campouts and going to the lake. Kathy Swan Staying in the AC and watching the birds and squirrels. Margaret Salter The flowers, watching people jog and exercise...