How to Slow Down the Aging Process

Exercise Applies Brakes on Sarcopenia in Aging (Part II)

Courtesy of John Eagle Honda, North Dallas LIVING WELL Magazine
In our previous article published this past spring, we introduced a new term “SARCOPENIA,” a biological entity, which decreases skeletal muscle mass and increases body fat mass during aging processes. […]


Who’s Performing Your Surgery?

Who is Performing Your Surgery?

The Difference Between Board Certified Plastic Surgeons and those who Aren’t

Not all plastic surgeons are the same. Here, you can find out the difference between the certification (or lack thereof) and what that means for you as a patient. […]


What is Your Most Important Estate Planning Document?

What is Your Most Important Estate Planning Document?

Assume that you and your husband have been happily married for 50 years. You have two children and you get along with them and their spouses. Imagine that! Your home and bank accounts and investments are in joint tenancy. Life insurance and IRAs are paid to the surviving spouse, otherwise to your children equally. […]


How to avoid ATM skimmers

Beware of ATM Skimmers

It’s been said many times, but bears repeating: If you notice anything out of the ordinary at an ATM, don’t use it. That might seem like a hassle, but it’s a lot better than your card being skimmed. […]


Allen Family Funeral Options asks, “Whose Job is it, anyway?”

Whose Job Is It, Anyway?
By Rick Allen, Allen Family Funeral Options, Collin LIVING WELL Magazine

I am becoming more and more supportive of the concept of cutting out the middleman. Often this can make a product or service more affordable. It also seems like we are getting less and less service from service providers these days, so you wonder just what are we paying for when a third party is involved? […]


Sharon Stone: A Star Reborn

A Star is Reborn: Sharon Stone is poised for her Hollywood comeback. By Michelle Talsma Everson When many people think of actress Sharon Stone’s leading roles, they might think back to Basic Instinct, which was […]