Information you need to live a happy, worry-free retirement!
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Injuries caused by walking a dog on a leash have doubled in the past 15 years for Americans 65 years old and older, according to a new report. But that doesn’t necessarily mean you should avoid this healthy activity.
Karen Miller is the owner / developer of Memory Jogging Puzzles & Memory Exercise Card Games for those with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Read about her experience and share this article with anyone who is dealing with these diseases.
Senior citizens with no history of heart problems appear to gain no health benefit from cholesterol-lowering statin drugs, a new study suggests.
Here are some ideas for morning beverages that will give you energy and keep your body cleaner than something with a great deal of sugar.
Diabetics are more prone to medical issues caused by nerve damage and reduced blood flow to the lower body. Fortunately, there are proven ways to help avoid major issues.
A 10-year study shows that people who drink two or more diet sodas per day have 70% more belly fat than those who abstained from the beverage.
Your quality of life in retirement depends on your decisions today. Will your golden years be delightful or disastrous?
That daily latte might not be so bad. To save money, ruthlessly eliminate the things you don’t need, but keep things that bring joy.
Exercising in 10-minute intervals throughout the day can help you lose weight faster than 20- to 40-minute workouts.
Journaling can help you deal with the past, give you strength and peace for today, and plan for the future.
We all know that water is good for us, but often the reasons are a little fuzzy. And even if we know why we should drink water, it's not a habit that many people form.
Keeping your weight down through the holidays doesn't mean ignoring all those dinners and deserts you look forward to year after year.
Don't approach your golden years by placing limits on yourself. Remain in control and confront age head first with an energetic smile and healthy exercise.
Helping an elderly parent with financial issues presents unique obstacles, many of which have nothing to do with the faltering economy.