Don't sabotage weight loss efforts by falling into the trap of mindless eating. Make sure your meals are an event instead of an afterthought. Eat at the table instead of in the car or in front of the television. You'll be less likely to over-indulge and you'll enjoy yourself more. And don't let food become the answer to boredom. Keeping a food diary will help you recognize patterns when you're eating "just to eat" and not for hunger.
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Yesterday, the 90-year-old Mother-Out-Law was scheduled for a mammogram. FOR REALZ. The 56-year-old caregiver didn't see the irony: "Ninety-year-olds can get breast cancer, too." Yes, but can most 90-year-olds survive radiation and chemo? Particularly 90-year-olds with severe joint degradation, who are blind from macular degeneration, and can't see or feel well enough to feed themselves properly? When the standards of care for a younger, mostly healthy person are...