The word hospice originated from the Latin hospitium, which means 'to host or offer a place of shelter.' In 2009, an estimated 1.
How to Meal Prep for the Week on a Budget
Broke and starving? There's a fix for that. Next week, try budgeting and planning your meals so you can do pre-prep, thus saving valuable time.
How Mental Health Conditions Are Dismissed By Family and Friends
Many times when people are feeling ill because of a medical condition, they are openly allowed to not feel well in the presence of others. It is usually expected and accepted that someone with a more...
Useful Study Reveals Generational Differences in What Engages Donors
The new report from Abila suggests it’s worthwhile to offer a variety of approaches to engagement to welcome donors of every age.
Ann Curry learns a family secret on the PBS series, 'Finding Your Roots'
Journalist Ann Curry, who graduated from the University of Oregon, makes a dramatic discovery on "Finding Your Roots."
How to Make a Presbyterian Cocktail
If you are looking for a refreshing drink that will cool you off in the hot summer then try out the Presbyterian Cocktail. This wonderful summer drink has got everything to lift you up when the sun is draining you. The Presbyterian is basically considered as a classic cocktail because it is old fashioned in …
Doctor-Recommended Arthritis Health Tips
We asked rheumatologists what they most wish their patients would do to improve their arthritis health. Here are seven arthritis health tips from the experts.
10 Thrift Store Furniture Makeovers
I'm not the best decorator, designer, or photographer, my socks have probably only matched twice in my life, and my cats are rather plum...
Here's Why You Should Definitely Be Shopping At A Thrift Store
People who love thrift stores really love thrift stores. And they were gaining in popularity well before
Former homeless man talks about why some homeless people refuse to sleep in shelters
We begin this year's coverage of Denver's homelessness crisis by exploring the single most-asked question we got last year: why do so many of the city's homeless refuse to sleep in shelters?