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Should 65 Still Be Retirement Age?

By Gillian Leithman It is a commonplace fact that physical ability, mental alertness & cooperativeness fail after 65. I bet you would agree that’s a pretty crazy statement, right? Well, those are not my words. They are the words of the U.S. Federal Government who, in 1980, argued before...

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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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The Great Story Of … Wait … I Forgot What It Was

By Dave Price As a new member of the Over 65 Club, I think everyone younger than me (and that’s a whole lot of people) should come up with a plan to remember things. In fact, I strongly suggest you design that plan as soon as you finish reading...

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Why Sunscreen May Be Your Best Wrinkle Defence

We all know (or at least should know) how important it is to wear sunscreen in order to help reduce our risks for skin cancer. But if that alone is not enough incentive for you to wear it, here is even one more reason. Your vanity. In a study...

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Hearing Loss – A Personal Perspective

By Bart Astor I recall many years ago writing an article about getting a hearing test. I guess I was about 50 or so. I made an appointment with an audiologist so I could go through the actual experience. I’m sure somewhere along the lines you’ve had one of...

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