• Feeling Moody? New Survey Says Your Joints May Be the Cause

    Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis, affecting more than 30 million Americans. It creates a “wear and tear” on the joints, causing stiffness and pain that builds up over time. While most understand the pain...

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  • Anti-Aging Supplements: Claims Against Reality

    By Caitlin Evans— The quest for the Fountain of Youth – it’s a tale as old as humanity itself. But, living and aging in the modern day, we’re not after myths and poetic tales. We rely on...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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  • Fasting “Mimicking” to Improve Your Healthspan
    Fasting “Mimicking” Diet (FMD) to Improve Your Healthspan

    By Joseph Antoun – Have you ever thought about why we do not get Alzheimer’s disease at age 20 or Type 2 Diabetes at age 18? Why most cancers and heart attacks happen at later stage in...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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  • Oxygen Therapies and Healthy Aging
    Oxygen Therapies and Healthy Aging

    By Nathaniel Altman – Author of The New Oxygen Prescription Oxygen is essential for life. It makes up 65% of the elements of our body, including blood, organs, tissues and skin. Oxygen therapies involve administering small amounts...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    For Rockers Not Ready for the Rocking Chair

    Inspiring Retirement Activities for Adventurers at Heart Have you finally reached retirement age, but aren’t quite ready to settle down to a simple life near a golf course? Maybe now that you are retired, you’d rather see...

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    How to Use Your Professional Skills and Personal Passion to Achieve

    By Anna Letitia Cook – Let us run with endurance the race that is set before us… (Hebrews 12:1) As part of my series on people’s thoughts, fears and hopes for their retirement (see Keys to a...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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    Loving the Second Half as Much as the First Half

    By Tammy Whitehurst− I’m an “empty nester.” As many of you probably are too. My husband and I smile a lot more at each other these days. Our children are grown. It is a time to love the second...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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    Retirement – Days of Joy or Woe?

    By Deborah McCarragher – The countdown has begun… “Only 183 more days to go!” my husband said to me the year he was retired from his long government career.  That was in the summer of 2008. He literally...

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  • Nancy Burnham lifting weights
    It’s Never too Late to Become Fit and Healthy

    By Nancy Burnham – The human body is a marvelous and mysterious thing.  At 67, looking back at what I learned so late in life, my appreciation for body chemistry grows more and more every day.  When...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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    French Women Don’t Get Facelifts: The Secret of Aging with Style & Attitude

    Excerpt by Mireille Guiliano – We are what we eat, and in the aging phase of  40 and up it is one of the most important aspects for aging with style and attitude and feeding  our body...

    • Posted 5 years ago
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  • Best Ingredients Around the World for Healthful Aging

    By Paula Simpson, trusted genConnect expert – I have spent the last year traveling internationally and learning about the latest in nutrition and beauty products to support healthful aging. So here are some that I found most impressive,...

    • Posted 6 years ago
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  • Older Americans Month – My Tribute

    Since 1963, our country has honored its older citizens during May with Older Americans Month. In the senior industry, every day we celebrate those older Americans who have made significant contributions to their families, communities, and society....

    • Posted 7 years ago
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