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Volunteering – Your Brain Will Thank You For It

When you volunteer, you trigger a wave of positivity. Not only for the benefit of the people that you are volunteering for but also for yourself. There was already a great deal of research that helping others was good for your physical and mental health. And now some new...

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Will Your Personality Change in Retirement?

By Joe Casey While passing by and seeing this title, my wife commented, “Let’s hope so.” Oh, well.Our personalities were previously thought to develop early in life through childhood, adolescence and early adulthood and then remain fairly static. Now it appears that certain aspects of personality evolve later in life.

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Why Knowing Your Ikigai Is So Important in Retirement

By Susan Williams Do you know what your ikigai is? Find out why knowing what this is can be so important in your life – especially when it comes to retirement and aging.

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The Perils of Aging for Men

By Dave Price New studies and reports are indicating that many men are having a particularly tough time with aging, especially from age 50 to 80. Confronted with all these findings, it is evident that men are facing serious problems as they move further into this brave new world of increasing longevity.

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Brain Health: Listening to Music is Good But Playing Music is Great!

Do you play an instrument? It turns out that if you do, it’s like doing a full body workout for your brain. When you listen to music, your brain actually pulls the music apart and then puts it back together in a matter of seconds. But when you actually...

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Alzheimer’s – Walk A Mile In Someone Else’s Shoes

Dementia replaced HIV/AIDS as the number 7 killer on the WHO’s list of 10 biggest causes of death. The even scarier part is that there currently is no major new treatments or cure for the disease. So what can we do? Maybe start with understanding.

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