Triple Sheeting is the Answer to Hotel Bedding

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To recreate the hotel-feel at home, start with a mini bed makeover. It is simple to get the hotel worthy bedroom we all desire. It is a hotelier secret called triple sheeting. “Triple sheeting is a fancy hotelier trick that involves layering a thin blanket or comforter between two starched sheets,”. Not only does this … Continued

What Is Elder Financial Exploitation?

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Financial exploitation is the fraudulent or otherwise illegal, unauthorized, or improper actions by a caregiver, fiduciary, or other individual in which the resources of an older person are used by another for personal profit or gain; or actions that result in depriving an older person of the benefits, resources, belongings, or assets to which they … Continued

BEING A “SEENAGER” The Secret to a Happy Life as a Senior

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By Lauren Kolacki Society considers aging an abominable life stage. We avert it with botox, face lifts and tummy tucks with the hopes of distracting ourselves from the inevitable. What we fail to recognize is that that the secret to happiness is not hidden in a new car, but rather, in experiences and connectivity. After … Continued

6 Signs Of Iron Deficiency

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1. Bruising easily 2. Cold hands3. Fatigue4. Hair loss 5. Shortness of breath 6. Dizziness Iron Deficiency is when the body doesn’t have enough of the min- eral iron. Low Iron leads to abnormally low levels of red blood cells and if your body doesn’t have enough hemoglobin, your tissues and muscles won’t get enough … Continued

E-CIGS, FLAVORED TOBACCO & YOUR KIDS: What you should know

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With an increase in vape usage among teens, it is important to share validated information and resources. What is an E-Cigarette or Vape? A “substitute” for a cigarette or traditional “marijuana joint” that has become popular with teenagers due to easy concealment. Vaping is the act of inhaling and exhaling the aerosol, often referred to … Continued

SAFETY FIRST WITH WINTER SPORTS

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By Brianna Siciliano Winter weather brings opportunities to play a wide variety of winter sports, both indoors and outdoors. Who wants to spend time on the couch when they can snowboard, ski, ice skate, roller skate, play hockey, or play basketball? No one; all of us would much rather have fun and be daring. Before … Continued

What Is Croup In Children?

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By Lauren Kolacki Croup is an acute respiratory condition that makes breathing more difficult. Learning the facts about croup can help you manage this common childhood illness calmly and effectively when it strikes your child and helps you know when the time has come to call your doctor or head to the emergency room for … Continued

Should Children Have a TV in Their Room?

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By Stefanie Maglio At one time or another, your child may ask for a television of their own to have in his or her bedroom. As a parent, this can be a difficult decision to make. Many things should be considered before deciding. For instance, once you do give your child a TV of their … Continued

The Millstone Times STUDENT OF THE MONTH

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By Pam Tell Thirteen-year-old, Izzy Tonielli, attends Millstone Township Middle School. Her favorite subjects are science and social studies. She studies hard throughout the year and gets mostly A’s and high B’s. For the most part she loves school, but her least favorite subject is Math. Her favorite books to read are, Number the Stars … Continued