One Life. Just One. Run Toward Your Dreams. About the Cover: Howard Cadmus

By Annette Pinder A lot of people know Howard Cadmus, not because he’s famous, but because he stands out — at least he does to me. I’ve known Howard for several years, follow him on Facebook, enjoy his thoughtful posts, and melt at the love he expresses

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Training for a Well-Behaved Pet

Courtesy of the Niagara Frontier Veterinary Society Bad pet behavior can be challenging and dangerous. The most common behavior issues are aggression, barking, and separation anxiety in dogs, and aggression or accidents outside the litter box for cats. Many behavioral issues stem from fear. For example, dogs

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The Value of Connection

By Paula Venné Connection. I think we’ve all learned the value of staying connected throughout the pandemic, both personally and professionally. As a Medicare consultant, Network in Aging (NIA) provides me with the ability to connect with professionals across a wide variety of agencies that serve the

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The Healing Hub: Helping the Community One Person at a Time

By Shannon Traphagen This year as the COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on our lives, individuals throughout our community experienced the need for help and healing. One Western New Yorker who has helped many of these people is Kelly Whitfield, founder of the Healing Hub of Western New

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