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When Changing Your Habits Remember Your Why

By Mike Drak When embracing new habits, instead of relying on willpower to force ourselves to do something we need to use our “why” as the driving force. This is the reason behind why we do something so we can then reap the benefits.

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We All Deserve Great Tech Support At Any Age

By Susan Williams Some of you may already know I’m a big fan of the Netflix series Grace & Frankie. I find some of the situations they get themselves in to be quite hilarious. For example, here’s one scene where Frankie was calling for technical support. After much frustration,...

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Extending “Healthspan”: Brain Scientists Tap Into The Secrets Of Living Well Longer

By Sharon Jayson “Healthspan,” refers to the years that a person can expect to live in generally good health. Although there’s only so much a person can do to delay the onset of disease, there’s plenty that scientists are learning to improve your chances of a better healthspan.

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Even As A Positive Image, Visual Ageism Is Always Harmful

By Stefania Medetti Anytime the representation of older people in the media has made us feel uncomfortable, we didn’t have a word to address the issue. But now we do: it is “visual ageism.”

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Predictions For A 200 Year Long Life

By Susan Williams When I was a kid, I remember watching Willard Scott on the Today Show wishing centenarians across America happy birthday. Back then it seemed like living to 100 years old was a really, really long time. Fast forward to today and there are more centenarians living...

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Creating Your Legacy

By Susan Williams As we get older it’s hard not to consider what we will be remembered for after we’re gone. Rick Weijo knows this first hand. The birth of his granddaughter caused him to reflect on his own life and legacy and propelled him to write the book Remember...

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