A new documentary about dementia premiers on Netflix May 1. The author points out, with a quote from the filmmaker, why this is an important topic for everyone to learn more about: The documentary should appeal to all ages,...
Recent research from Mayo Clinic, which teamed up with the University of Minnesota, may have uncovered the secret to staying young while aging. Learn what their research into cells has led them to discover and how this...
A generation ago, IBM did a study of their pensioners and found that their average retiree didn’t make it past the 24th pension check. John E. Lang, a petroleum engineer and 45-year employee of a...
One of the more complicated aspects of retirement has to do with how couples will live together 24 hours a day, every day, without the diversion of work. Social dependency and ideas of how to live independently and as...
Although the article is directed at financial advisors, the message is equally important for people nearing or in retirement- balance the financial aspects of retirement with the non-financial aspects. Currently, the financial services industry (and thus clients) is too...
Memory declines for most of us as we get older, but this isn't the case for so-called “super agers” — longevity champs over 80, and some over 100, who have the memory performance of people in their 50s and 60s....
"Oh my, where did the time go?!?" Have you ever exclaimed that after looking up from doing something and realizing that several hours had slipped by? Losing track of time is part of the experience of being in flow. We...
There are many benefits to being part of a group of like-minded people, especially in retirement.  This article focuses on joining a choir, but not all of us are blessed with a choir-worthy voice! However, these same benefits can...
Research from Blue Zones over the years has identified seven common denominators, or longevity indicators, that are referred to as "The Power 9." People in these “Blue Zones” regions not just live longer, but they live better. People in...
We need to break the stigma associated with age and retirement. We have to establish a new way of thinking that when people reach age 62, 65, or 70, it’s time to change gears, not necessarily stop them. Read more...
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