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FUTURISTS PREDICT WHAT BOOMERS WILL LIVE TO SEE

Scientific advances provide a glimpse into coming decades
NASA’s chief scientist, Ellen Stofan, recently said humans will set foot on Mars by the mid-2030s. If this were to occur, there’s a good chance many boomers will be around to see it happen. That got me wondering: What else will come to pass before the last boomer becomes a memory? I turned to two science fiction authors who make a living thinking about the future and asked them for their thoughts: Kathleen Ann Goonan and Allen Steele.

HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR PET WITHOUT GOING BROKE

A vet's 6 tips on managing costs wisely and lovingly 
As I look over my appointment schedule for the day, I mentally note that I’m set up for two patients to be dropped off for CT scans, one of whom will hopefully be immediately transported to an operating room, so surgery can be done to remove a large tumor pressing against the ribs.

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How to Plan for an Unexpected Early Retirement

Imagine this: you’ve been working hard for decades and are starting to feel comfortable with your financial future. All of sudden, a major life event forces you to retire five to 10 years earlier than planned. Now what? Perhaps a serious medical issue emerges. Or you lose your job in your late 50s or early …

What?! My (Adult) Child Is Having Sex?

My wife, Sue, and I tend to keep pretty good track of our occasional medical expenses, so we aren’t taken by surprise when the insurance company’s explanation of benefits (EOB) comes in the mail. But a few weeks back, we received an EOB regarding our daughter. She was away at college and never notified us …

How This Man Started a Passion-Based Nonprofit

When David Schweidenback was in Ecuador as a Peace Corps volunteer in the 1970s, he noticed that everyone walked everywhere, except for his landlord — he had a bicycle. With that bike, he got more accomplished in a day than anyone else. Schweidenback returned to the U.S. and didn’t think much more about bikes and …

Are You At Risk for Kidney Disease?

Kidney disease has an infamous reputation for sneaking up on us with very little warning. Twenty-six million American adults have kidney disease and most of them don’t know it. In its early stages, the disease has no symptoms. I was fortunate enough to get my kidney disease diagnosed early, which is the first step in …

Why Our Culture Is Obsessed With Thinness

How important is body size to our sense of intrinsic worth? Consider this: A hospice chef in Wisconsin told a science journalist that many of the dying women who were still able to eat “refused bread, salad dressing, butter, chocolate, desserts and other ‘fattening’ foods.” You’re on your last lap, and you think it is …

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