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7 months ago

Review: Match: A Medical Murder Mystery

Norm Goldman · In Match: A Medical Murder Mystery, Amy S. Peele crafts a chilling intricate mystery around the investigation of the death of a living donor coordinator, Kayla Newman, who was a member of the staff at the San Francisco Global Organ Transplant Institute. · As the tale opens, S ...

11 months ago

Six ways to better working lives

Royce Shook ·  Work is important for us, and employers need to recognize that as we grow and age, we may need help to manage work, social and financial life. Here are some ideas from the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales: · 1. Stage: Growing up, studying, and requalifying ...

2 years ago

Attitudes, behaviors and lifestyle impact ideas about inheritance

Royce Shook · While seniors often take pride in living frugally to provide for their loved ones after they have passed on, Boomers have grown up understanding there is a direct correlation between hard work and rewards, and may, therefore, believe that hard-earned rewards should be enjoyed. · ...

2 years ago

Bee-brained - Are insects ‘philosophical zombies’ with no inner life? Close attention to their behaviours and moods suggests otherwise

Nick Mlatchkov · Lars Chittka · is professor of sensory and behavioural ecology at Queen Mary, University of London, and has been a fellow at the Institute of Advanced Study (WIKO) in Berlin. His book The Mind of the Bee (2019) is forthcoming with Princeton University Press. · Catherine Wilson ...

3 years ago


Royce Shook · I will end my posts on smoking when I return next week. I spend a great deal of time on the Internet, reading, researching, communicating with friends and family, updating material for the workshops we do through our Institute · on senior health and wellness. I am on a number of ...

4 years ago

Inertia or procrastination what is preventing you from retirement planning?

Royce Shook · Over two years ago three actuarial associations (the American Academy of Actuaries, Australian Actuaries Institute, and the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries in the United Kingdom) determined that the trend away from defined benefit pensions and toward defined contribution plans ...

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