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Tuesday, April 27, 2010Caring for an Aging Parent Host(s): Lynne Ford
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Where do you go for help when caring for an aging parent? Today's "Mid-Morning" is a good place to start. Kim Atchley, co-author of "When Your Aging Parent Needs Care" (Harvest House, ISBN # 0-7369-2526-6), and Edna Ballard from Duke University's Family Support Program, offer indispensable advice for dealing with the daily challenges of organizing a parent's medical care, housing and finances while nurturing your own health, faith, and family.
 
Tags: aging, parent, health, support Categories: Mid-Mornings
Tuesday, March 16, 2010Dr Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford
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Dr. Ann Kulze moves to her new monthly "Mid-Morning" date: the third Tuesday of the month. What stays the same is her science-based approach to nutrition that can improve your health and prevent disease. The nutrition expert unpacks a recent study linking soda and pancreatic cancer, explains why middle-age spread is tough on the brain, and shares do-able tips for living to 100.
 
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Tuesday, April 14, 2009Older Adult Ministry in the 21st Century Host(s): Lynne Ford

More people are living longer than ever before. And with estimates of Americans 65 and older comprising 20% of the population by 2030, ministries for seniors to serve and be served are vital. Chaplain Doug Vogel and Dr. Richard Gentzler, author of "Aging and Ministry in the 21st Century" (Discipleship Resources, ISBN # 0-88177-540-2), discuss current and future needs, and the how-tos, of both ministry opportunities.
 
Friday, April 25, 2008Dupont Resource Center Host(s): Char Binkley

In 1900 the average life span was 47 years. Only one out of 25 adults lived beyond age 65. Today age 65 is no longer considered "old" and most everyone reaches their 65th birthday. Those who reach 65 can expect to live into their eighties. As the population ages, the responsibility for their care and well-being falls on the shoulders of the adult children. Join Char and a panel from Dupont Resource Center Friday on Mid-Morning to discuss the challenges that face sons and daughters as this role reversal takes place.
 
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Monday, July 09, 2007Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford

What does Dr. Ann Kulze think about Alli, the first FDA-approved diet drug cleared for over-the-counter sale? She'll tell you on today's Mid-Morning. The author of Dr. Ann's 10-Step Diet also shares strategies for aging well, weighs in on anti-aging supplements, and answers your health and wellness questions.
 
Thursday, February 09, 2006Second Calling Host(s): Lynne Ford

"I believe God has a special purpose for women in the second half of life that is world-changing in its scope," writes Dale Hanson Bourke in "Second Calling" (Integrity Publishers, ISBN # 1-5914-5332-1). Catch the urgency and excitement of knowing and following God in the second half of life on today's Mid-Morning.
 
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