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Riding every day in April reminded me of all the benefits of cycling as a healthy activity – especially the pure joy of doing it.
Woody Woodard shows what can happen when older adults connect with kids. Generation to Generation will connect more caring adults with children who need support.
Lou Cohen and the children he tutors are discovering new worlds together. New tutors are needed to help kids with reading and build their confidence.
What's with all the selfies? Julie Blow's observations about why we're taking so many pictures of ourselves might make us pause before we aim that camera inward.
Emelda Harris lost weight and improved her health with help from her peers in a diabetes workshop. A new study shows the program is effective at improving diabetes management.
“We’ve all had one kind of experience or another, an attempt at fraud that we recognized for what it was,” says Dick Waits. Dick was a facilitator for a pilot project aimed at helping older adults stop scammers.
“Oasis adds a lot of good to the community, and there are many who need these vital programs,” says Dick Priest. He and his wife Karen are including St. Louis Oasis in their wills.
Our Healthy Habits for Adults volunteers Joyce Rollins and Mary McFerson show where sugar is hiding out in your food, and how to eat less sugar while keeping things tasty in this video.
Oasis members can now participate in life-long learning classes at Eden Seminary. Eden Theological Seminary, Webster University and The Oasis Institute developed this partnership with the goal of creating high-level learning opportunities for adults age 50+ in the Webster Groves community.
Jim Salih is a "techie" and he knows it. He loves guiding new technology users in a one-on-one way through the Connections Ask a Techie program.
An Oasis Better Balance class helped Lin Dempsey prepare to enjoy the challenge of an African safari. Exercise is important to prevent falls wherever you go.
In a world that revolves around technology, creating legacy that you can touch and feel can be a challenge. Thinking beyond silver and china, I want to pass on something of real value: what I know how to do.
CATCH Healthy Habits has given Mary McFerson new ways to stay active, both physically and in her community.
For Oasis blogger Julie Blow, technology has turned into a great way to build a relationship with her grandchild. And it all started with Skype and a kiss.
El's first task with each student is to develop a personal relationship and learn what motivates and interests the child. Is it worth the effort? Absolutely.
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