LaVonne Neff is an editor and writer who blogs at Lively Dust and reviews books at the Neff Review.
A Pilgrimage Through Alzheimer’s
The aging-parent memoir is a crowded genre. Still, I was eager to read Jeanne Murray Walker’s account of her mother’s last years. I wasn’t disappointed.
Why Spending More Is Getting Us Less
Elizabeth Bradley and Lauren Taylor may have written one of the three most important books your member of Congress will never read.
Lessons in the Good Life from an Unlikely Teacher
Pransky, a middle-aged Labradoodle, was bored. So was Sue Halpern, Pransky's owner. Then Halpern learned about Therapy Dogs International.
Beating the Odds Against Sugar, Processed Food, Obesity, and Disease
Robert Lustig argues that blame is the last thing overweight people need.
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