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Marriage – The Second Time Around

By Stacy Yanchuk Oleksy Ah marriage! It’s what many of us expected to take part in when we were younger. That’s what you did – you fell in love, got married, had a family and then grew old together. Unfortunately the best laid plans don’t always play out the...

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The Retirement Discussion Dilemma

By Susan Williams You are thinking about retirement and would like to transition into it. Maybe working part time to start would be great. Or even just having some more flexibility in your hours would be a bonus. Your employer realizes that you’re getting close to retirement and would...

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Thoughts and Observations From Two Conferences on Aging

By Susan Williams Last week I had the opportunity to attend two conferences on aging; Aging 2.0’s – Brain Health Forum and the International Federation of Ageing’s (IFA) International Conference of Aging. Here are a few of the highlights of what I learned and observed.

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Trending Topics Talk – Working in Retirement, Genome Tests and Productivity

By Susan Williams This week with Joe Casey and Mike Drak we discuss the gap between the age that people plan to work to and the actual reality, genome tests and the productivity loss organizations experience when baby boomers retire.

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Walking is Good But A Fast Walk Is Even Better!

By Susan Williams If you are already making a regular routine of taking a walk that is great. In fact, you don’t even have to walk that much in order to derive some benefits. According to a study published by the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, as little as two...

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Reasons To Back Away From the Television Screen

By Susan Williams If I told you that the average retiree watches 48 hours of television a week would that surprise you? Well, according to an article published in The Wall Street Journal this is the case. In the post they shared that this was the number that was...

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