According to CareerBuilder’s annual retirement survey, 54 percent of senior workers (age 60+) plan to continue working after retiring from their current positions. Whether you want to start a second career to help pay your living expenses or... (Read More)
According to the National Council on Aging, scams targeting seniors are so prolific that they’re now considered “the crime of the 21st century.” From Medicare fraud and investment schemes to counterfeit prescription drugs and funeral... (Read More)
Staying healthy as you age can be challenging, but it’s not impossible. While nothing can replace a healthy diet and regular exercise in staving off disease and keeping your mind and body in tip-top shape, it never hurts to have a few tricks up... (Read More)
Did you know one out of three seniors falls each year? Such accidents can result in major injuries and can even increase your chances of early death. Luckily, falls – which occur most often at home – are largely preventable. Here are five ways... (Read More)
As anyone who’s gotten help from a grandchild to navigate a smartphone or laptop can attest, seniors and technology don’t always go together easily. From skepticism about its benefits to physical challenges and other difficulties during use... (Read More)
You might think retirement would come easily to Hollywood actors and actresses who’ve enjoyed plenty of successes through the years. Yet many popular figures made famous in movies and TV shows continue to work into their 50s and beyond.
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Keeping a food diary is a proven way to lose weight and keep tabs on your eating habits.
The information you record in your food diary will help you and your family doctor design an eating program to meet your needs. These suggestions will... (Read More)