aging-advice

I'd noticed lately that men no longer seemed to notice me when I was in the grocery store line, or even out on the town, but it didn't truly hit me how bad the situation had become until one recent morning at Starbucks.
Take it from Gordon herself, who counters the deified public construction of her image in her new memoir Girl in a Band: "Onstage
I have walked and stood and moved with my legs for an estimated 10 hours a day, which means I have used my legs for 171,550 hours in my lifetime. These legs have moved me to new cities, up mountains and down streets winding through places new and old.
8. Life isn't fair. 5. Life is precious 1. Start an exercise regimen and lose weight earlier. "I wish I would have known
Dr. Lori Stevic-Rust joins Dena to weigh in on how we perceive the process of aging.
Just as society's institutions were grossly unprepared for our baby boom, we have done far too little to prepare for the coming age wave. Ironically, while our demographic heft is not our fault, its impact will be our legacy.
you don't need any "miracle" supplements or expensive brain-training games to keep your mind sharp. All it takes is a set of healthy habits.
Middle Age Is a Cultural Fiction How Women Job Seekers Can Beat Age Discrimination It's Possible to Overcome Depression The
Gilbert's answer is that we have plenty of evidence to forecast how we might evolve. "The single best way to make predictions
More than 20 years ago, I joined my closest women friends on a four-day backpacking trip in the Golden Trout Wilderness area of Kern County, California. That trip has served as a road marker for me ever since, helping me find my way home whenever I stray off course.