Along with the common factors retirees confront- like loss of identity, declining health, failed relocation, and shrinking social network to name a few, three other factors that are interesting and will likely play out in the future. Read more...
Advice and inspiration from people who continue to stay active as they age.  If they can do it, why can't we?  They key is to keep going and don't stop.  Starting again becomes harder as we age. Read more...
A new study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine found sitting for excessively long periods of time is a risk factor for early death. They found a direct relationship between time spent sitting and your risk of early mortality of...
Health is one of retirement’s biggest disconnects because for many people it represents their biggest value/behavior conflict.  Essentially, most people will say they value their personal well-being and want to lead a long and healthy life, but their behavior...
Once again, someone proves that age is just a number. She started bodybuilding at age 55. As she wrote in one of her blogs (yes, she has a blog too) “Many older people in particular find themselves no longer feeling useful,...
Two women on their 90s- one 92 and the other 97 are highlighted as they work on their bucket lists.  One went back to school and the other flew an airplane.  Bucket lists are thought to be things we...
Ok, anyone younger than Harriette has fewer excuses not to keep moving!  Unbelievable and inspiring story- she took up running at the age of 76 and has raised over $100,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Read more... Image from the...
In a study last year, scientists from the U.S. and Europe found something surprising; the more moderate exercise people do, the more their cardiovascular health improves and their mortality risk drops. When it comes to vigorous exercise, smaller amounts...
Real people tell what they do each day to stay healthy and feeling younger. Read more...
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