Raunch, Music, Ageism And Orgasms BY ANN RICHARDSON My choir, which sings all sorts of music from the Bach Passions to ‘Let’s Do It’, had just held a concert in

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Old isn’t what it used to be BY ELYSE PELLMAN  You have, undoubtedly, seen the signs of a new age of aging, from television and movies to music, athletics, finances,

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Want to live to 100? Don’t give up on love BY WILLIAM J. KOLE Love conquers all…even death — to some extent, anyway. Researchers say married people tend to live

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Healthy aging: Three wishes for your well-being BY LISA M. CINI Healthy aging is a lot like making three wishes from a genie; you must be careful with your choice

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Contrasting My 70th and 80th Birthdays BY KAREN L. RANCOURT, PH.D. Ten years ago, when I was turning 70, I decided to throw myself a party I themed “The Incredible

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BY JERRY WITKOVSKY As your parents age, balancing your role as adult children who worry or may even be caregivers can be challenging. While you want to ensure your aging

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30 bits of advice I wish I’d learned earlier BY CHIP CONLEY Learn the difference between learning and memorizing. The former will serve you for a lifetime. The latter erodes

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A new study forecasts the onset of Alzheimer’s disease based on people’s sleep patterns. What would you do if you knew how long you had until Alzheimer’s disease set in?

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The Making of an Old Soul By Carol Orsborn, Ph.D.  This excerpt is from The Making of an Old Soul: Aging as the Fulfillment of Life’s Promise, the healing vision

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The Old Woman And Me BY KAREN BARASH Side by side, we walk the slow solicitous stroll of the very old. She wears sensible shoes; vanity no longer pinches her

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My Dad – In Praise of Nonagenarians By Julie DiBene I was celebrating a birthday with my 91-year-old father recently and it struck me that as a society, we have

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5 Ways to Maintain Active Lifestyle for Seniors As people age, they begin to slow down and rarely participate in outdoor activities. Nonetheless, maintaining an active lifestyle is a critical

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Aging:  Denial is Not Just a River in Egypt BY JEFF RUBIN Recently an article posted in Forbes magazine entitled Why It’s Time for More Big Foundations to Fund Aging

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Eight  Super Aging Hacks You Need BY LISA CINI Connect: Have friends 20 years older than you and at least 20 years younger.  Perspective and energy are valuable hacks for

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Living with Intention is the Fountain of Youth BY BOB AND JUDITH WRIGHT Remember looking back on your school year as a kid? When you finished a grade level, you

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To be old is to become real “The Skin Horse had lived longer in the nursery than any of the others. He was so old that his brown coat was

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The future of aging:  What older people will be like in a decade’s time BY KEN DYCHWALD In 10 years, the typical older person will be even more youthful, active, hip

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The Perfect Gift For Every Senior, For Every Occasion is… You need a gift idea for your senior loved one because, Christmas is coming or they have an upcoming Birthday

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The Future of Aging:  Ageless Way BY KAREN SANDS The following is an excerpt from Ageless Future  The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.

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What Are The Habits Of A Long And Happy Life? BY MOLLY WATTS   “Years may wrinkle the skin, but to give up enthusiasm wrinkles the soul”  –  Sam Ullman

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