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LIVING

"As Far As I Can Go"

As many Americans think about working longer and aging actively, James Taylor’s steady vitality can serve as inspiration.

LIVING

Santa Fe Artist Celebrates Aging by Making Art Out of Tea Bags

“I want to show that even after people and things seem to have already served their ‘purpose,’ they are still full of beauty and value," says artist Ann Laser.

TRAVEL

6 Things to Consider If Debating Winter Travel

With the pandemic worsening and temperatures beginning to drop, those who typically seek winter respite in warmer climes are struggling to decide whether it’s safe and wise to do so this year. Whether you usually go south for months or days, it’s worth doing some extra research this year—especially if your age puts you at particular risk. 

LIVING

Secrets to Aging Well

As the saying goes, age is just a number. What matters is how you feel as you age, inside and out. If you feel pretty good on both counts as the years go by, consider yourself aging well.

JOBS

Part II: Working Longer Solves (almost) Everything

This is the second in a two-part series about benefits of older adults working longer.  The first article looked at the benefits that accrue to older adults from working longer.  This article explores the business case for older workers, or why employers should want to retain/hire older workers.

CONDITIONS

Lower Your Risk for High Cholesterol

Managing your cholesterol is easier when you understand how it works and why doctors take it so seriously. Here’s what’s important to know about reducing your risk of high cholesterol as you age.

CONDITIONS

Don’t Ignore the Signs of Rheumatoid Arthritis

Are you struggling with persistent joint pain and worried that it might be something more serious? You’re not alone. Joint pain can be a sign of rheumatoid arthritis, a common condition that affects 1.5 million Americans.

JOBS

Employers Can Assure Retirement For Just a Few Bucks

With slow wage growth, Americans' retirement prospects are looking grim—but what if just a few dollars an hour were the answer to the country's leisure woes?

JOBS

Older Americans Prepped for Economic Curveballs

Economic uncertainty has older adults nearing retirement decision time seeking the safer path: working full time a little longer and committing to part-time work in retirement.  While age 64 recently has been the average for full-time retirement, a new national survey of older adults reveals most people say they’ll be ready to retire somewhere between 66 and 70. 

TRAVEL

Nomadland, a poignant portrait of aging, wins at Academy Awards

It’s rare to find a movie that stars a woman over 50, and even rarer for such a film to win Best Picture at the Academy Awards. 

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