Category: Seniors

Posted on: March 26, 2019 by
There’s something wonderful about getting older . . . about transitioning from middle aged to “seasoned citizen.” (I mean, let’s face it: The alternative isn’t ideal, is it?) For one thing, as we age we have better coping abilities. Older people have a lifetime of experiences and, therefore, tend to deal better with  [Read more...]
Posted on: February 7, 2016 by
I read a wonderful, informative article by George Armes, Over 50? 60? All’s (definitely) Not Lost! that provides one great piece of advice after another for older adults to get past the stereotypical younger recruiter across the desk to either get back into the job market or switch jobs. One of Mr. Armes’  [Read more...]
Posted on: April 21, 2015 by
Over the past several years, while obesity rates have increased in most age groups in the United States, the biggest rise has been in older adults. More recently (2017, America’s Health Rankings analysis ofCDC), numbers show that over 60% of adults aged 60 and older are overweight; and almost 40% are obese. Falls  [Read more...]