Washington, DC - Here's some food for thought the day after many of us ate a little too much at our Thanksgiving Day repasts: the Pilgrims were not the first to celebrate the holiday, according to Dan Weber, president of the Association of Mature American Citizens.

Rochester, Minnesota - Just about everyone misplaces their cellphones or house keys now and then. But how much forgetfulness is normal? Does forgetfulness indicate that you'll develop dementia later in life? Dr. Ronald Petersen, a Mayo Clinic neurologist, has insight into what absentmindedness means for your future.

Scottsdale, Arizona - Preparing a Thanksgiving turkey can prove tricky for even the most experienced cooks. How big of a bird to select, how to thaw it in time and how to avoid undercooking, overcooking or - even worse - food poisoning, are among the challenges faced by holiday chefs. Here are some tips from Mayo Clinic to help avoid turkey-related mishaps:

Imperial, California - You know that bloated feeling you get at the end of your traditional Thanksgiving Day dinner?  It can make you feel like your pants are cutting off your circulation. The makers of Stove Top Stuffing think they could have a fix for that.  Or do they?

Washington, DC - Estimated vs Actual Benefits - Social Security Matters:

Washington, DC - The American Farm Bureau Federation’s 32nd annual price survey of classic items found on the Thanksgiving Day dinner table indicates the average cost of this year’s feast for 10 is $49.12, a 75-cent decrease from last year’s average of $49.87.