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Boomers 2.0

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Boomers 2.0, hosted by Jane Pauley, takes a deep look into how boomers are remaining vital, active, and reinventing themselves as they age.

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Stanly on the Go

Stanley experiences many unique celebrations and activities when he travels. Here's his top 10 list of favorite international festivities. #StanleyTop10

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At 100, Still Running for Her Life

From the New York Times
On a cloudless Sunday afternoon in April, a 100-year-old woman named Ida Keeling laced up her mustard yellow sneakers and took to the track at the Fieldston School in the Bronx. Her arrival was met without fanfare. In fact, no one in the stands seemed to notice her at all.

HOW TO FIND YOUR INNER ARTIST AT ANY AGE

It may take several attempts to uncover your hidden talent, but it's worth it
My parents’ duplex is like a shrine dedicated to our family’s artistic talents. One sister’s paintings, sketches and collages decorate the walls. Another’s drawing holds a prominent spot in the dining room. A cabinet displays my father’s sculptures and my mother’s handmade dolls, which are outfitted in 19th-century costumes that she designed and sewed herself.

Articles and Blogs

Age Is an Asset: Let’s Use It

 Wake up and smell the demographics. Our society is aging. What an opportunity! We get to create the world we want to live in as we grow older. To me that’s a world in…

A Cure for Dementia in 5 Years?

The former head of the World Dementia Council says he is “optimistic” that a cure for dementia may be found in five years. Dennis Gillings, a biostatistician and the outgoing chairman of the Council, said “great strides” had been made in scientific understanding of dementia and the gaps in research, according to Britain’s The Daily Telegraph.…

Why Calling Mom or Dad Is Not the Same As Visiting

Phoning or emailing an older relative is a good way to stay in touch but it doesn’t have the same positive impact as stopping by for a cup of tea or an intimate chat. So finds a recent study in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society that examined how older adults respond to different…

Are You Getting Enough Protein? Too Much?

If you’re like me, you often find yourself confused by how many health headlines contradict one another. Lately, I’ve found this to be true where protein is concerned, particularly the protein needs of adults aged 50 and over. In one study, published Jan. 1, 2015 in the American Journal of Physiology’s Endocrinology and Metabolism, scientists…

Our Encore Careers: Finding Purpose and Adventure in Africa

Former Silicon Valley high tech executives, my husband Rick and I took a 90-degree turn in our 50s to start encore careers that landed us first in Mbabane, Swaziland and then Nairobi, Kenya. We’re now back living in Los Altos, Calif. and wrote about our experience in our new book, From Silicon Valley to Swaziland. …

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