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pdating familiar family recipes is a great way to turn them into new family favorites. “Cooking with broth, in place of water, is a quick way to boost flavor in a dish,” said Chef Amanda Freitag, judge on the Food Network series “Chopped.” “When giving recipes a makeover, I like to use College Inn Broths, which are made from premium ingredients like plump chicken, tender beef, and farm-grown vegetables.”

Amanda Freitag’s Tips on Cooking with Broth n Lighten up mashed potatoes by

substituting chicken broth for milk or cream and butter. n Add flavor to rice and couscous by

cooking with broth, instead of water.

Creamy Chicken Enchilada Soup

n Freeze unused broth in an ice cube

tray for future use. The recipes pictured here were winners in an Ultimate Recipe Challenge contest, and are sure to be a hit at your family table. Recipes listed on page 3.

Savory Honey Mustard Poached Pears and Figs

Servings: 4 to 6 Prep Time: 20 minutes Cook Time: 45 minutes Soup: 4 to 5 boneless, skinless chicken thighs (1 pound) 1/2 cup canola oil, divided 1/2 teaspoon salt, divided 2 soft corn tortillas, sliced into 1/4-inch strips 1 small onion, diced 1 clove garlic, minced 1 1/2 teaspoons chili powder 1 teaspoon ground cumin 1/4 cup lime juice 1/4 teaspoon lime zest 1 quart Chicken Broth 1 can (14.5 ounces) Diced Tomatoes, undrained 1 can (4 ounces) diced green chilies, drained 4 ounces reduced-fat cream cheese Toppings: Fried tortilla strips 1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese 2 green onions, sliced into 1/4-inch pieces 1. Preheat oven to 350°F. 2. Place chicken in 8x8-inch glass baking dish. Brush with 1 tablespoon oil and sprinkle with 1/4 teaspoon salt. Bake 15 to 20 minutes or until no longer pink inside. Shred cooked chicken meat with 2 forks and set aside. 3. Heat remaining oil in small skillet. Add tortilla strips in 2 batches; fry until golden brown, about 2 minutes each batch. Drain on paper towel-lined plate. Sprinkle with 1/4 teaspoon salt and set aside. Reserve 1 table­spoon oil for Step 4. 4. Heat reserved 1 tablespoon oil in Dutch oven over medium heat. Add onions and cook until translucent, about 3 minutes. Add garlic and cook 30 to 60 seconds, stirring constantly. Do not brown garlic. Add chili powder and cumin; stir and cook 15 to 30 seconds. 5. Quickly stir in lime juice, lime zest, broth, tomatoes, and diced chilies. Bring mixture to a boil, and reduce heat to simmer. Add cream cheese. Simmer until cream cheese is melted. 6. Stir in shredded chicken, cook about 5 minutes. 7. Ladle into individual soup bowls, and garnish with tortilla strips, cheddar cheese and green onion.

5 Items to Bring to Meet Your Tax Preparer

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Filing taxes is one of the responsibilities most adults prefer to ignore until well after the new year rolls around. If you're like most Americans, you may not know all of the basic information needed to complete a tax return. That's why so many people turn to licensed professionals and accountants to file their taxes. But do you even know what documents to give a tax preparer? Don't sweat it, you're not alone. A survey of more than 1,000 taxpayers ages 22 to 62 showed that eight out of 10 didn't know the details for submitting a tax return. The National Association of Enrolled Agents (NAEA) recommends using a checklist to get tax information in order before visiting a preparer. NAEA is a professional association of tax practitioners licensed by the Department of Treasury, meaning they specialize solely in tax matters and they have unlimited representational rights before the IRS. In short, they know what they're talking about.

Prepare to Meet Your Preparer with the Following: 1. Last year's tax return. Last year's return will list social security numbers, dependents, credits and deductions previously taken. 2. All W-2s from past year. Your W-2 tells you and your preparer how much you earned and how much was withheld for state and federal taxes. If you have multiple jobs, you must have a W-2 from each. If employers haven't sent out W-2s by Jan. 31, you can call the IRS to receive them. 3. 1099 forms. The 1099 keeps track of additional income, earned interest, cancellation of debt, dividends received and proceeds from broker transactions. 4. Receipts for donations. Even if you're not some big philanthropist, you may be surprised to recall the charitable contributions you made in the past year. Just remember to keep the

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Kitchen Cleaning Organize Your Approach

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aintaining a clean kitchen is important. However, there are often clean­ing tasks that get put on hold because they require a great deal of time and effort. According to a survey, men and women agree the kitchen is the most difficult room to clean after the bathroom. Luckily, following a few simple steps and using all-purpose kitchen cleaners make tackling tough kitchen messes easier — ensuring that your home is not only clean but also healthy. Follow the below tips and tricks to learn how to clean your kitchen with ease.

Tackle the Appliances Use these tips for maintaining your oven, microwave, dishwasher and refrigerator:

Oven

If your oven boasts a self-cleaning mode, go ahead and turn it on. For the stovetop and exterior of the oven, spray a greasecutting cleaner that stays where you spray to thoroughly cover the surfaces, exterior walls and oven door. Allow the cleaner to go to work penetrat­ing and lifting grime while you move on to the micro­wave. Use damp sponges or paper towels to remove the cleaner when the grease and grime have dissolved.

Microwave

To loosen grease and food spatters, boil a cup of water with a few lemon slices in the microwave for one minute, which will help to soften dried food particles to make cleanup easier. Then, use a foaming all-purpose cleaner and a damp sponge to easily wipe away residue and grease and leave a fresh scent behind.

Dishwasher

Use a toothbrush and warm, soapy water to clean around the rubber seal on the door of your dishwasher. Use a scrubbing brush or sponge to wipe away dirt and grime on the inside of the door, as well as the walls.

Wipe away debris around the drain that could cause later clogging. Run your empty dishwasher on the hottest cycle to help further remove buildup.

Fridge

Because the refrigerator houses perishable foods, it’s crucial to your family’s health to keep it well-maintained and sanitary. Cleaning the refrigerator requires more work than just pitch­ing old food. To ensure your fridge is thoroughly cleaned, turn the dial control to “0” and remove and discard old food items before removing shelves and

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Central Library February 14 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. A. Mitchell Powell Jr. Library February 20 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Coweta County Public Library System and volunteers from AARP foundation have partnered to prepare federal and state tax returns for free. Tax preparation and free electronic filing is scheduled every Wednesday through April 10 at the A. Mitchell Powell Jr. Public Library, and every Thursday through April 11 at the Central Library. It is not necessary to be an AARP member, and all ages are welcome Info: 770-683-2052 (Central) or 770-253-3625 (Powell) www.cowetapubliclibrary.org

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Servings: 4 to 6 Prep Time: 20 minutes Cook Time: 55 minutes Sauce: 1 cup chopped dried cherries 1 cup Chicken Broth 4 cloves garlic 2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar 1 tablespoon Tomato Paste 1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil 1 tablespoon hot sauce Salt, to taste Meatloaf: 1 pound lean ground beef 1/2 cup panko bread crumbs 1/4 cup finely chopped fresh parsley 2 tablespoons minced onion 2 tablespoons pickle relish 1 clove garlic, crushed Salt and ground pepper, to taste 1/2 cup Beef Broth 1 egg, lightly beaten Spread: 4 ounces cream cheese, softened 4 slices smoked provolone, chopped 2 teaspoons chopped chives 1/2 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 12 Hawaiian or Portuguese sweet dinner rolls, sliced 1. Preheat oven to 350°F. 2. To prepare sauce, combine cherries, chicken broth, garlic, balsamic vinegar and tomato paste in medium saucepan. Cook over medium heat 15 minutes or until thick and bubbly. Remove from heat and pour into food processor; process 2 minutes, drizzling in olive oil and hot sauce until fully emulsified. Season with salt, if desired. Set aside. 3. To prepare meatloaf, break up ground beef into large chunks in medium bowl. Mix in the bread crumbs, parsley, onion, relish and garlic; season with salt and pepper, if desired. Add beef broth and egg, mixing until combined. 4. Place meatloaf mixture diagonally into a 9x13-inch baking pan, making a long log (15 inches long x 2 inches wide). Smooth the top and bake 30 minutes. Brush with 2 tablespoons of sauce to glaze. Bake an additional 15 minutes and remove from oven. Let meatloaf rest 10 minutes before slicing. 5. To prepare spread, combine cream cheese, provolone, chives and Worcestershire sauce in a small bowl, stirring to create a thick spread. 6. To serve, cut meatloaf into twelve, 1-inch-thick slices. Place each slice onto an open roll and top with 1 tea­spoon each sauce and spread.

Do the house chores. Seriously. Fix that item you’ve been saying you would fix forever. Empty the dishwasher

and clean the bathroom. When they get home, have all the chores done, that way the only thing left to do is enjoy each other’s company. Put Pen to Paper Hide little notes with heartfelt sentiments on the refrigerator, on the nightstand, taped to the computer screen — any place they might stumble upon it throughout a typical day. Your note might be found after a long meeting or last-minute deadline, providing a moment of reprieve and happiness during a hectic day. Raise a Glass and Indulge - Together Toast each other with some tasty treats. Pop some bubbly, then enjoy Sweetheart Dark Chocolate Brownies and Barefoot Bubbly Rubby Red Bliss together.

Sweetheart Dark Chocolate Brownies Prep: 20 minutes Cook: 25 minutes Makes: 10+ servings

1/2 cup butter, cut into pieces 4 ounces dark chocolate, chopped 2 eggs, at room temperature 3/4 cup white sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla 1/2 cup all-purpose flour 1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt Glaze: 2 ounces semisweet chocolate 1 tablespoon unsalted butter

Savory Honey Mustard Poached Pears and Figs Servings: 4 to 6 Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 25 minutes 2 cups Chicken Broth 1 cup dry white wine 1 cup water 1/2 teaspoon Dijon mustard 3 tablespoons honey, divided 1 tablespoon lemon juice 2 bay leaves 4 pears (firm variety such as Bosc), peeled, halved and cored 6 ounces dried figs, stems removed 1/2 cup chopped hazelnuts 1/2 cup crumbled blue cheese or goat cheese 1. Trace diameter of large saucepan onto parchment paper. Cut out and set aside. 2. Combine broth, white wine, water, mustard, 2 tablespoons honey, lemon juice and bay leaves in large saucepan. Bring to a boil, whisking occasionally. Reduce heat to low and simmer 5 minutes. 3. Add pears, core-side-up, and figs; cover with vented parchment paper so pears stay fully submerged. 4. Simmer 20 minutes until pears are fork-tender. 5. Toast hazelnuts in small, non-stick sauté pan over medium high heat, about 2 min­utes or until fragrant, stirring constantly. Quickly remove nuts from pan onto a separate plate. 6. To serve, remove pears from poaching liquid and place onto individual salad plates. Drizzle with remaining 1 tablespoon honey and sprinkle with nuts and cheese.

“But God, who is rich in mercy, for His great love wherewith he loved us, even when we were dead in sins, hath quickened us together with Christ, (by grace ye are saved;) And hath raised us up together, and made us sit together in heavenly places in Christ Jesus.” Ephesians 2: 4-6

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Preheat the oven to 350˚F. In small pot over low heat, melt 1/2 cup of butter and 4 ounces of dark chocolate together until smooth. Add eggs one at a time, and whisk to combine after each addition. Add sugar and vanilla and stir to combine. Add flour, cocoa powder and salt and stir until smooth. Transfer batter into a 9 x 9 aluminum foil lined baking pan and place it into the oven for 25 minutes and bake until done. While brownies are baking, melt together semisweet chocolate and 1 tablespoon of unsalted butter for the glaze. Once melted, set aside. When brownies are done, let them cool. Once cooled, drizzle glaze over brownies, and spread it on top using an offset spatula.


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Home Connection

Quick-change Kitchen Decor Ideas Make Redoing a Room Easy Wooden cabinets can be repainted or stained. Outdated trim can be removed. Or, if you love the open-faced look that’s in vogue in many upscale kitchens, simply remove cabinet doors altogether.

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Falling out of love is a painful experience ­especially when the love affair that’s ending is between you and the pricey, permanent design changes you made as part of a kitchen renovation. While it’s always easy to repaint if you don’t like a wall color, more significant renovations — like cabinets and countertops, flooring and fixtures — require you to live with them for a long time. With even minor kitchen renovations costing, on average nearly $20,000, you may worry that you’ll fall out of love with the redesign that you spent a lot on. The good news is you don’t need to commit to a complete renovation in order to update your kitchen. Here are some easy, cost-effective do-it-yourself projects that can give the room a whole new look, yet will still be easy to redo later on when the redecorating urge strikes again. Make a splash with a backsplash Backsplashes can be both practical and beautiful, but traditional installation methods have meant committing to the look of a backsplash for the long-term. Now there’s an alternative that makes it easy for do-it-yourselfers (DIY’ers) to create a custom look — and then change it whenever they decide it’s time for some-

Winning windows When it comes to window treatments, most people have two objectives: to create a great look and protect their privacy. The kitchen, however, is one room where privacy is usually less of a concern. That means you can lighten up on window treatments, open your design options and create a light-filled look. If your kitchen windows are currently covered with blinds or heavy curtains, take them down. Next, add decorative hardware and top it with a window treatment that creates an attractive frame for the window without blocking light or the view. Valances and sheers are great for achieving this kind of look.

thing fresh. Affordable, interchangeable backsplash systems are now available. Measuring 22-inches by 14-inches, the system can be installed in less than 30 minutes, using tools most DIY’ers already own. After installation, customize your palette however you choose. Palettes can be swapped out in a matter of seconds. While the systems are designed to fit behind conventional cooktops and ranges, they’re also a great option for virtually any space you might want to change quickly and beautifully. Because of its design, they’re ideal for use as a hiding place for valuables … above a fireplace, in an entranceway or in a bedroom.

Outstanding accessories Updating accessories is one of the

Customize cabinets Replacing cabinetry can be costprohibitive. Plus it’s a tough job to tackle for even seasoned DIYers. Fortunately, there are easier ways to update the look of your cabinets. Switching out dated hardware with something new and eye-catching is a great start.

easiest, most cost-effective ways to change the look of a room. Accessories like new upholstery on chairs in breakfast areas, patterned towels and potholders or even a decorative holder for kitchen utensils make it simple

to redefine decor without the commitment of a major change. Different color appliances make varying design statements. For example, white appliances will impart a country look. Changing the look of your appliances

in front for easy access. Ensure anything expired is thrown out, and donate canned foods you don’t plan to use to a food bank.

✓ Create a plan of action.

Before you begin cleaning, gather everything you’ll need to tackle the kitchen as a whole, from rubber gloves and sponges, to the vacuum and mop. Assign tasks to each family member to help speed up the process. To ensure everything gets squeaky clean, make a checklist.

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Make it easier with a quality, all-purpose cleaning product that can tackle all sorts of kitchen messes while killing germs.

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all-purpose cleaner. Cleaning the drop pan weekly will help reduce spilled food odors. After these steps are complete, return the dial control to the original temperature setting.

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Cleaning drawers, then wipe them down using mild soap and water. Next, use a toothpick and toothbrush to clean corners, hinges and the rubber gasket. Finally, sanitize the drop pan with an antibacterial

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Fire guts office complex on Millard Farmer By JOHN A. WINTERS john@newnan.com An early Wednesday f ire destroyed the Trey Rhodes off ice bui ldi ng complex located off Millard Farmer Industrial Boulevard. No injuries were reported, and canine units with the state Fire Marshal’s off ice were out investigating the cause of the blaze Wednesday afternoon. “It’s still under investigation, and right now we just don’t know,” said Newnan Fire Marshal Ricky Ayers. “We brought in a K-9 unit to see if he hits on anything. It’s just part of the puzzle ...

and just helps us in figuring everything out.” T he f i re sta r ted on t he south side of the complex s hor t ly b efore 3 : 3 0 a . m . , according to Newnan Fire D e p a r t m e nt C h ie f D av id Whitley. “The fire was fully involved upon our arrival,” the chief sa id , add i n g 21 f i ref ig hter s , fou r en g i ne s a nd a n aerial truck were involved. Firef ighters had the blaze under control in under 30 minutes. “It started on the far end ... but the f ire wa ll at his (Rhodes’) offices held it in check,” Whitley said.

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Fire investigators survey the damage from an early Wednesday fire that gutted the Trey Rhodes State Farm building complex off Millard Farmer Industrial Boulevard.

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Weekend Eventing Championships to draw some of world’s top riders Some of the finest riders and horses in the world will be in South Fulton County this weekend for the American Eventing Championships. This is the third and final year that the AEC will be held at Bouckaert Farm at Chattahoochee Hills, which is located on the banks of the Chattahoochee

River. Admission is free, and Cowetans are invited to attend the competition. Competition begins today with dressage. Dressage and cross-country competition will be held Friday. Cross country and show jumping will take place on Saturday, and show jumping will conclude on Sunday. “Make no mistake. This will be a true festival of eventing and fun for the whole

family,” said farm owner Carl Bouckaert, himself a world-class rider who recently competed in the London Olympics for his native Belgium. What makes the AEC unique is that the national championship isn’t just for world-class horses and riders. There will be competitions in categories from beginner/novice all the way to advanced.

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It will cost more than $1 million to run sewer lines to new Corinth Road school By SARAH FAY CAMPBELL sarah@newnan.com

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and the school system will reimburse the authority for the cost. “We have given them a preliminary number of just over a million dollars,” said Jay Boren, authority interim general manager. The project will consist of six to eight miles of “force main” and two lift stations, according to the preliminary engineering study, Boren said. The route hasn’t been determined. “We’re looking at coming up Corinth Road currently,” Boren said, but “it is not set in stone.” The cost isn’t, either. There will be

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Monthly foreclosure totals for Coweta over the last year are:

There are 163 foreclosurerelated advertisements listed in today’s legal advertising section of The Newnan Times-Herald. That’s up slightly from last month, when there were 160 — the lowest of the year. July’s 224 notices were the highest of the year. This month’s foreclosures are almost exclusively singlefamily residential properties. However, one that isn’t residential is a 43.25-acre tract along Hwy. 16 East owned by PTV LLC. The property was formerly the Autumn’s Gate mobile home park. Acc ord i n g to t h e le g a l advertisement, the sale under power is to secure debt under a promissory note that was originally executed on June 27, 2006, for $3.5 million. The promissory note was modified several times, with the most recent modification on March 24, 2010. The last principal amount listed was $2,115,536, listed from a modification on Aug. 5, 2009. PTV originally bought the property in June 2005. Georgia’s foreclosure rates remain among the highest in the country. According to Realty Trac, Georgia is one

a clause in the memorandum of understanding about possible unforeseen extra costs. “As long as it is justifiable… we won’t be liable for that,” Boren said. “Of course we’re going to monitor this project like every one of them, and hold costs as low as we can,” he said. The sewer line will connect to the under-construction extension along Highway 16, which will send wastewater to the authority’s Shenandoah

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Public hearing tonight at 6 on county budget

By SARAH FAY CAMPBELL sarah@newnan.com A public hearing on Coweta County’s fiscal year 2013 budget is on the agenda for tonight’s meeting of the Coweta County Board of Commissioners. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. in the county commission chambers on Perry Street. The meeting, which is normally held on the first Tuesday of the month, was moved to today because of Labor Day. Coweta County is on an October to September fiscal year. The commissioners are set to approve the budget at

the Sept. 18 meeting. Other items on the agenda include: ■ A request by Stalwart Films to close a portion of Coweta-Heard Road for filming of AMC hit cable TV show “The Walking Dead.” ■ A decision on the request of The Heritage School for a variance of the planting requirements around a newlyconstructed detention pond. The detention pond was built as part of an expansion of the school. The pond is completely surrounded by forest, according to the planning department.

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The board of the Coweta County Water and Sewerage Authority gave tentative approval Wednesday to a memorandum of understanding with the Coweta County Board of Education for the construction of a sewer line to serve a proposed middle school on Corinth Road. The water and sewerage authority will be responsible for design and installation of the sewer line and lift stations,

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Health Connection

How to Reduce Your Risk for

Alzheimer’s Disease Alzheimer's disease affects millions of people across the globe. In the United States alone, the Alzheimer's Association estimates one in eight older men and women has the disease, which is the sixth-leading cause of death in the country. Few families have not been affected by Alzheimer's disease, and many relatives of those with the disease fully understand the role family history can play. Research into the disease is ongoing, and it's already yielded valuable information that may help reduce the prevalence of this devastating disease in the years to come. One byproduct of researchers' efforts is the discovery that it may be possible to prevent or delay the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease through the implementation of a combination of healthy lifestyle choices. The following are a few healthy habits that may help men and women reduce their risk for Alzheimer's.

Researchers examined roughly 700 70-year-old participants, all of whom were born in 1936, who were asked to report their levels of physical activity. Each participant then received an MRI at age 73. Those tests revealed that the participants who were more physically active showed less brain shrinkage and fewer white matter lesions, both of which are indicators of Alzheimer's disease. In addition, the Alzheimer's Research & Prevention Foundation reports that physical exercise reduces a person's risk of developing Alzheimer's by 50 percent and can even slow further deterioration in those who have already begun to develop the cognitive problems associated with Alzheimer's. Researchers continue to study the relationship between physical activity and the development of Alzheimer's diseases, but the evidence is mounting that regular exercise, regardless of a person's age, is a great way to reduce risk for Alzheimer's.

Exercise regularly. A study conducted by Scottish researchers and published in the journal Neurology in 2012 touted exercise as the most effective way for adults to protect their brains from Alzheimer's disease.

Eat healthy. What you put into your body may also reduce your risk for Alzheimer's disease. The brain operates at its best when it is fueled with a healthy diet that includes fresh fruit and vegetables, healthy

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fats and lean protein. A hearthealthy diet is also brain-healthy, and researchers have found a potential link between heart disease and Alzheimer's disease. Researcher Larry Sparks of the Sun Health Research Institute and formerly of the Kentucky medical examiner's office studied brain tissues with a goal of finding early signs of Alzheimer's disease. He discovered that those who had the telltale plaques of Alzheimer's disease also had heart disease, suggesting heart disease may be a forerunner of brain diseases like Alzheimer's. The Alzheimer's Association feels this link between the two will only grow stronger in the years to come, suggesting that a heart-healthy diet that reduces a person's risk of heart disease may also reduce the risk forAlzheimer's down the road. More information on a heart-healthy diet is available at www.heart.org. Stimulate yourself mentally. Mental stimulation can help the brain stay sharp, and men and women who find ways to stay mentally stimulated can

It might be hard to believe, but something as simple as staying socially active can reduce your risk for Alzheimer’s disease. reduce their risk of developing Alzheimer's. Embrace activities that require communication and interaction with others, and find time for additional tasks that can stimulate your brain. These may include studying a foreign language, reading, trying your hand at mentally stimulating puzzles such as crosswords or Sudoku, and other activities that emphasize organization. Such activities are essentially workouts for your

brain that can help it stay sharp as you age. Remain socially active. Staying socially active into older adulthood is important for a variety of reasons, not the least of which is that research has indicated the brain functions better when men and women are not isolated from others. Memory and cognition are stronger when people remain socially active and

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Like any sudden in-flow of cash, your tax refund presents an opportunity to spend your money wisely or foolishly. And while it would be easy to blow the cash on fleeting fun, like a shopping spree or a slew of the latest gadgets, experts say the money would be best used to pay down debt and invest in saving plans that can help you grow your nest egg. Eliminate Debt Interest can build quickly, so consider using your tax refund to pay off a portion of your outstanding debt. Whether it be credit card debt, student loans, or a mortgage, opt to pay off the obligation with the highest interest first. Or, eliminate an entire smaller debt in full if possible. Doing so will give you a sense of accomplishment and motivate you to keep going. You can use financial calculators online to help you calculate where your refund would be most beneficial. Budget Budget and plan how you will use

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The teen years bring plenty of changes for students, as well as new worries for parents. Smoking is at the top of that list for many parents. Every day in the U.S., approximately 3,600 children between the ages of 12 and 17 start smoking cigarettes, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). That number has plenty of parents looking for ways to help keep their children from starting, too. There are a number of influences that get young people to start smoking, including: ■ Having friends, peers or parents who use tobacco. ■ Linking smoking with a positive social image and bonding with a peer group. ■ Seeing tobacco use as a transition to adulthood. ■ Underestimating the health consequences of tobacco use. ■ Not understanding that the nicotine in tobacco is addictive. ■ Low self-esteem. ■ Lacking skills to resist influences. What keeps kids and teens from smoking? One of the biggest influencers is having strong parental support. Having conversations about the issue really does have an impact on teens’ decisions about tobacco use. Here are some tips for talking to your teen: Keep the lines of communication open. Talk on a regular basis. The more you talk about a wide range of issues with your child, the easier it is to talk about specific topics such as tobacco. In general conversation, emphasize all the things your child does well rather than things they don’t do well. And demonstrate respect for your child’s opinions. Show

you’re listening and ask followup questions. Talk, don’t lecture. Discussions will be received far better than a monologue from you. Here are some conversation starters: ■ “I understand you’ve been talking in school about peer pressure and the health consequences of tobacco use. Tell me about some of the things you’ve learned.” ■ If you see smoking portrayed in the media, say “I wonder why the director had that guy light up a cigarette in the last scene. What do you think?” ■ If you and your child see a young person smoking, use it as an opening by saying something like, “How much tobacco use are you seeing in your school? I wonder if it’s the same as when I was your age.” Talk about health consequences. They need to know what can happen to them. ■ Tobacco smoke contains more than 4,000 chemicals. Ac-

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