Ways to Spot, Avoid, and Report Imposter Scams

by Colleen Tressler, Senior Project Manager, FTC – DCBE

October is Crime Prevention Month—a good time to learn how to avoid falling prey to scam artists.

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Articles in This Issue

Focus: A Meditation for the Holidays

by Ardelle Walters, MS, LPC, YTT-200

A personal reflection: I had thought focus was an activity, a way to get something done. But instead it was a shedding of untruths by way of gratitudes and breaths.

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The ABCS of Heart Health

by Claire Olgren, MD

Do you know your ABCS?

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Annual Enrollment

This is an important opportunity to review your health plan options to ensure they continue to meet the needs of both you and your family.
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Book Look

Dancing from the Inside Out

Immerse yourself in reflections and meditations, both poignant and humorous, on life and aging.

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Healthy Recipe

Fish Simmered with Ginger and Tomatoes (Pesang Isda)

This light and delicately ginger-flavored Filipino fish soup will warm you on a chilly autumn day.

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Important Information

New eLearning: Protecting Yourself from Financial Fraud

If you were approached with an attractive financial opportunity, could you spot a fraud? Learn the tactics con artists use to trick their victims, even those who are educated and financially aware. Take this eLearning course – no sign-in required!

Did You Know?

According to the American Academy of Periodontology, people with gum disease may be at increased risk for heart disease. The good news is that you can help reduce your risk of gum disease by following these simple tips:

  • Brush your teeth after meals, and don’t forget to include your tongue.
  • Because brushing doesn’t clean between teeth, floss once a day.
  • Get regular dental checkups.

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