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Is COVID-19 Ruining Your Marriage?

Financial concerns, too much togetherness are straining unions

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Could Coronavirus Be Affecting Your Sex Life?

New dating rules, boredom and lack of privacy are changing sexual relations

 couple therapy. Male mental health professional is discussing with man and woman. They are wearing casuals. Mature couple having problems in a marriage.

How a Couple Can Overcome a Long-Hidden Infidelity

Uncover the motivation and then attempt the healing process together


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Is Trick-or-Treating Safe for Your Grandchildren This Year?

The CDC considers door-to-door trick-or-treating high risk for COVID-19

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7 Easy Halloween Costumes to Make for Your Grandchildren

Creative options that don't require a lot of effort

Cindy Rovey hopes to get relatives interested in her family's history.

Make Memories Relevant to a Younger Generation

COVID-19 cleaning binges are turning up nostalgic treasures to share

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Grandparents Boost Video Chat Skills for Grandchildren

New ways to engage and use technology to strengthen relationships

The Grandparent Boom

Grandparents Play Starring Role in Home Life

New coronavirus living situations mean older relatives helping with remote learning, child care


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Create Your Own Family of Friends When Solo Aging

A 'found family' can provide support and care when relatives aren't nearby

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Pandemic Has Created a Loneliness Epidemic

AARP Foundation and United Health Foundation survey finds older adults more at risk

Harvey Beldner (left) and his golden doodle Seamus meeting a new neighbor Stephen King (right) and his pup Owen.

How to Make Friends in a New Place Despite COVID-19

Reach out online, take up walking, forge new connections with safety measures in mind


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Pet Costume Contests Go Virtual This Year

COVID-19 has pet owners adapting to online costume events

Volunteers from all over North Carolina help rescue residents and their pets from their flooded homes

Pet Essentials for an Emergency Go Bag

Food, medication and accommodations for animals should be part of any disaster plan

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Keep Track of Your Pet's Health With Wearable Tech

Activity trackers reveal details about your pup's well-being and whereabouts

Video Spotlight

107-Year-Old and His Five-Generation Family

Michael Bolton’s Message: ‘We’re in This Together’

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