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How you can help fight senior hunger

Women’s History Month at Waterstone


March is Women’s History Month, and Waterstone will celebrate all month long by hosting several events focused on women and their innumerable, invaluable contributions to our world.

These 3 health app features hold the secrets to behavior change


You’ve probably noticed that wearable devices and apps that help track your physical activity, eating and sleeping habits have really taken off in the last few years. There are tens of thousands of them out there—you may even use one yourself. But according to Heather Patrick and Melanie Hingle, two scientists whose research focuses on mobile and wireless approaches to health behavior change, the secret to your success won’t be the technology itself, but how you choose to use it.

Heart-healthy Thai chicken soup

Love songs, casino games and more

Waterstone at Wellesley is a great place to go when you feel like experiencing something a little out of the ordinary. This week and the next, we’ll be hosting a great line-up of events, including several unique musical performances and a Casino Day.

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Food for thought (literally): the MIND diet

Benefits of tai chi for older adults


You’ve probably heard of the ancient Chinese martial art tai chi—but did you know that its low-impact movements make it a great form of exercise for aging adults?

How to maximize your doctor visit

How to maximize your doctor visitHave you ever left a medical appointment feeling dissatisfied because it didn’t seem like you and your doctor were on the same page? It’s happened to the best of us, but it doesn’t have to! Doctors are people, and good communication is a key part of having a satisfying relationship (as well as keeping your health in top shape.)

Wine, antiques, Leonard Bernstein and more


Happy New Year! We’re ringing in 2016 with a busy schedule of events in January, including an antique appraisal day, a wine tasting, a lecture on the life and music of renowned composer Leonard Bernstein, and a presentation on East Africa.

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