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Staying Mindful of Snoring Can Protect Your Memory

Staying Mindful of Snoring Can Protect Your Memory

Protect Your Memory: As we get older, and ideally a little wiser, a reality check is that our bodies alter and, for most of us, some physical activities are no longer an option. A hallmark sign of aging is declining memory and changes in sleep patterns, often marked by worsening snoring. Don’t ignore the comments […]

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Life as the Child of a European Immigrant

Life as the Child of a European Immigrant

I am the daughter of two European immigrant. I was born in 1954, Smack in the middle of the baby boomer years. I am a first generation American. I’m also an immigrant’s granddaughter. My mother and her parents arrived here from Vienna in 1939, and landed on Ellis Island and theirs was only the beginning […]

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Warning You Should Know About  Nursing Homes

Warning You Should Know About Nursing Homes

Problems at Nursing Homes In an interview, Susan Hodges, licensed nursing facility administrator (LNFA), can talk about the terrible things she has seen while working in nursing homes around North Texas. She has even written a book called, A Breach of Trust, about a backwards court-ordered guardianship program that threatens to shatter America’s foundational principles […]

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It’s Never Too Late to Create Your Life

It’s Never Too Late to Create Your Life

Have you ever thought “It’s too late to have the life I desire”? Do you ever wonder if your dreams have passed you by? Have you ever looked around at others the same age as you or older, compared the life they are living with yours and wondered where you went wrong? It’s never too […]

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6 Simple Ways To Conquer Your Fears Of Returning To School

6 Simple Ways To Conquer Your Fears Of Returning To School

6 Simple Ways to Conquer all your Fears After months of debate and research and processing, you’ve decided to make the plunge: you’re going to back to college. Maybe it’s because you want to advance in your job or pursue a new career. Maybe you need to get additional credits to maintain a certification. Or […]

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Courage to Grow Older – Plus 50 Good Life Movement

Courage to Grow Older – Plus 50 Good Life Movement

COURAGEOUS AGING Good Life Movement: How old are you’ STOP – Don’t answer with your age! Instead, tune into how you feel. If you cringe at all, you’re like most Americans who buy into the myths and negative stereotypes about aging. And if you don’t, you’re more likely to age well, live a healthier, and […]

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Wellness

Muscle to The Pelvic Floor

Muscle to The Pelvic Floor

Fact of Pelvic Floor Muscle to The Pelvic Floor: Why French women don’t suffer from incontinence as frequently as American women. Stress incontinence is very common for women after childbirth because the pelvic muscles have been weakened. To solve the problem, in France, women are prescribed 20 sessions of physical therapy for the pelvic floor. In […]

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Staying Mindful of Snoring Can Protect Your Memory

Staying Mindful of Snoring Can Protect Your Memory

As we get older, and ideally a little wiser, a reality check is that our bodies alter and, for most of us, some physical activities are no longer an option. A hallmark sign of aging is declining memory and changes in sleep patterns, often marked by worsening snoring. Don’t ignore the comments from your spouse […]

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Why Boomers Should Get These Three Vaccinations

Why Boomers Should Get These Three Vaccinations

We usually think of babies and little kids when we think about vaccinations, but did you know that there are three vaccines specifically recommended for older adults? They are pneumococcal vaccination, the shingles vaccine, and flu shots. Even if you hate needles, the benefits of these vaccines far outweigh any discomfort, such as a needle […]

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Yummy Food

Beets New Generation Cuisine

Beets New Generation Cuisine

Check out these scrumptious new generation cuisine! You’ll gonna love them and they’re healthy. Cooking with European Influences  2014 “This is a delicious and easy salad which takes little time and is a great meatless main course. It uses beets, goat cheese, candied walnuts and baby greens. For a main dish salad, add a seared sea-bass […]

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Finding Your Life Partner

Finding Your Life Partner

  I am the founder of The Wing Girl Method. What’s special about my method? I give you access to the 5% of knowledge about attracting women that no man can ever teach you. How do I have access to this? Because I know women inside and out. For goodness sake, I am one. In […]

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Wired for Love

Wired for Love

Dr. Stan Tatkin, PsyD, MFT, is a couple therapist known for his pioneering work in helping partners form happy, secure, and long-lasting relationships. His method—called PACT (Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy®)—draws on principles of neuroscience and teaches partners to become what he terms “secure-functioning.” Together with his wife, Tracey Boldemann-Tatkin, PhD, Dr. Tatkin founded the PACT […]

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Brain Health

WILD IDEAS: Creativity from the Inside Out

WILD IDEAS: Creativity from the Inside Out

Cathy Wild has spent more than 30 years developing innovative approaches to the creative process both for private clients in the greater San Francisco region as well as corporate clients including Wells Fargo, Pacific Bell, and Pacific Gas & Electric. She has also been a pioneer in somatic (holistic) counseling, the expressive arts, and the […]

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Do You Have Enough Money Saved for Retirement?The Secret to Having a Retirement You’ll Enjoy

Do You Have Enough Money Saved for Retirement?The Secret to Having a Retirement You’ll Enjoy

Approximately four million people in the U.S. retire each year,1 and most of them spend a majority of their adult lives saving money to last through their retirement. But shouldn’t people focus on how they can enjoy this, rather than just endure it? When planning for retirement, many people are uncertain of what it will entail, […]

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Always Possible To Realize Dreams

Always Possible To Realize Dreams

Still Dreaming? By Mary Sue Wallace Improving Your Life Through Improving Your Mind No matter what our age or station in life, we all have our dreams. We have our hopes, desires, ambitions and plans, and we are forever in pursuit of fulfilling our desires. Understanding and using the creative nature of mind consciously and […]

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Good Life

JamBios – A Collaborative Place To Write and Save the Stories of Your Life

JamBios – A Collaborative Place To Write and Save the Stories of Your Life

By BETH N CARVIN  JamBios: If you have adult children, chances are, at some point in time you’ve experienced difficulties staying connected beyond trivial situations, like providing cooking tips or watching the game together. We recently launched JamBios, a collaborative place to write and save the stories of your life. We’re quickly noticing how great of […]

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Creativity and Your Second Act

Creativity and Your Second Act

“But I don’t have a creative bone in my body,” my client Sarah laments in response to my query, What would you like to create now that you’ve entered your Second Act?” The creativity and second act… After a lifetime of working in government service, Sarah tells me she feels a deep longing to “break […]

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Join Andy & Annie and Find Out If Golf Is For You

Join Andy & Annie and Find Out If Golf Is For You

Join Andy Asher and Annie Rivera as we talk to Rick Sessinghaus known as “Golf’s Mental Coach”. He is the expert on the mindset principles that make or break performance on and off the course. His coaching has helped top junior, collegiate, and professional golfers reach new levels of performance. He is an Instructional Editor […]

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The Fear & Anxiety Solution

The Fear & Anxiety Solution

| July 1, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Dr. Friedemann Schaub MD, PhD is the author of the award-winning book “The Fear and Anxiety Solution.” Dr. Schaub, a physician specializing in cardiology and molecular biologist, has helped thousands of people with his Personal Breakthrough and Empowerment program to overcome emotional challenges by addressing their deeper, subconscious root causes.

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7 REASONS MORE ADULTS ARE GOING BACK TO SCHOOL

7 REASONS MORE ADULTS ARE GOING BACK TO SCHOOL

| October 9, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

What comes to mind when you think about college students? Young, fresh-faced, wide-eyed high school grads stepping onto campus for the first time? The freshman fifteen, where kids away from home for the first time put on 15 pounds from eating cafeteria food? Homesick kids in dorm rooms? Here you can get the 7 reasons adults going […]

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Finally Feeling Better About Retirement, Optimistic Baby Boomers Offer Lessons for Younger Generations

Finally Feeling Better About Retirement, Optimistic Baby Boomers Offer Lessons for Younger Generations

| October 5, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Retirement Although most Americans still share concerns about retirement. Including nearly two-thirds (63%) who fear running out of money in retirement more than death. Baby boomers are finally showing signs of optimism about their retirement readiness, according to a new study, “Generations Ahead,” from Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America. More than seven in […]

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How Aging Affects Your Sleep and What To Do About It

How Aging Affects Your Sleep and What To Do About It

| September 20, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Sleep studies show that with aging, many people have a harder time falling asleep. They also awaken more often during the night, averaging three or four awakenings each night. This may happen because they spend less time in deep (REM) sleep and because they may be awakened by pain from an injury or illness or they […]

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Two’s Are Now Underestimated – The Mikan Drill For Stocks

Two’s Are Now Underestimated – The Mikan Drill For Stocks

| September 20, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

  By Ryan Krueger George Mikan was the very first superstar of the NBA. He was the key to the league even surviving before it could thrive. Making him one of the most underappreciated athletes of all-time. Maybe because he was not athletic at all. His go-to move can best explain how to shoot a […]

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How to Get More from Your Doctor Appointments

How to Get More from Your Doctor Appointments

| September 20, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

10 Dos & Don’ts for Being an Informed Patient Even the healthiest of us can get a little nervous in the doctor’s office. As a result, we sometimes forget the very questions we came to ask or leave without fully understanding what the doctor just advised us to do. On top of it, doctor appointments […]

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Talking Love & Money Over 50

Talking Love & Money Over 50

| September 20, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

According to the TD Bank Love & Money Survey, when looking back, the best advice Boomers would give their younger selves is not to wait to start saving or investing (61 percent). One-in-four (26 percent) would also caution there’s no rush to get married. While hindsight is 20/20, many Boomers are navigating a changing landscape […]

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Breakthrough in Spinal Bracing  to Relieve Pain for Millions of Seniors

Breakthrough in Spinal Bracing to Relieve Pain for Millions of Seniors

| September 7, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

advertorial Breakthrough in Spinal Bracing to Relieve Pain for Millions of Seniors Aspen Medical Products introduces Peak Scoliosis Bracing System for underserved segment of America’s aging population By Tom Manix, VP Marketing & Business Development for Aspen Medical Products One of the most untreated sources of back pain afflicting millions of Baby Boomers across the […]

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5 Must-Have Gadgets for Healthy Travels

5 Must-Have Gadgets for Healthy Travels

| September 3, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Summer travels are at its peak, and while getaways can offer much-needed relaxation or adventure, they can also pose major health and safety risks — Exposure to new cuisines and environments while being away from our usual doctors can be a dangerous combination. However, today’s technology affords us the peace of mind to be able […]

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Quality of Care – Nursing Home Red Flags

Quality of Care – Nursing Home Red Flags

| September 3, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Important Warning Signs You Could Miss Finding the right nursing home to provide quality care for your loved one can be a long and difficult process. A process that should be taken seriously.According to The Nursing Home Abuse Guide, nearly 10 percent of nursing homes have violations that pose a risk of serious injury or death, […]

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60 is the new 30

60 is the new 30

| September 1, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Do you remember 30 years ago, when many 60-year-olds were barely able to function in the competitive business world? To be in shape? To be a vital part of a healthy, sexual, intimate relationship? Thank God times have changed. And they’ve changed in the most beautiful ways ever. Well, now 60 is the new 30. […]

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The Only Type of Brain Training That Works

The Only Type of Brain Training That Works

| September 1, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

A reader of newspapers could get whiplash following the brain training field – it seems as though one week there’s a headline suggesting that you should do brain training to reduce dementia risk and the next week there’s a headline suggesting thatall brain training is bogus. So, what’s the truth? The simple facts are that […]

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Intimacy and Relationships Over 50

Intimacy and Relationships Over 50

| August 30, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Many Americans over 50, single or coupled, may be concerned by relationship and intimacy pressures. We all struggle with these challenges, but they can be especially tough for people with chronic illness and may include: ·         How to cope with intimacy when you’re just not feeling up to it ·         When to talk to a new partner […]

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Creativity and Your Second Act

Creativity and Your Second Act

| August 22, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

“But I don’t have a creative bone in my body,” my client Sarah laments in response to my query, What would you like to create now that you’ve entered your Second Act?” After a lifetime of working in government service, Sarah tells me she feels a deep longing to “break out of my rut,” but […]

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Bloomer Boomer Faces

Bloomer Boomer Faces

| August 14, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

What can make a boomer bloomer? The biggest anti-aging breakthrough of the new millennium is here. Dr. Steven Cohen, the plastic surgeon at FACES+ has invented an injectable facial rejuvenation procedure that reverses the aging process by stimulating soft tissue, creating new blood vessels and combating inflammation. His secret weapon to this scientific breakthrough is […]

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Rhinoplasty at “Middle” Years

Rhinoplasty at “Middle” Years

| August 13, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

There is no denying that a human body ages, all of it, including the nose. As you get older the skin thickens and starts it’s slow gravitational descent. How your nose grows can give away your age, no matter the fillers or the face lifts, if you don’t stunt the aging, you will have an […]

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