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The youngest boomers have a say How to steps can make things easier Men can age gracefully too ’60s chart toppers still going strong How to deal with holiday stress and anxiety Pushing your body to the max Companies courting older workers Young man seeking to solve an age old disease
 

The youngest boomers have a say

Brian Hopper, 50, of Rutland, entered adulthood differently than most of his contemporaries. His father had served in the U.S. Air Force during World War II and being from a Scottish family where “everybody goes into the military,” his natural inclination was to join the U.S. Army voluntarily.

How to steps can make things easier

Barbara and Arthur Roberts have always had a sense of wanderlust. One day, after their kids had gone off to college, Barbara turned to her husband and said, “You know, they’re never coming back. Let’s sail around the world.”

Men can age gracefully too

When men grow up healthy, there’s a sense of being invulnerable. Most men, typically, well into their 40s, go through most of their life doing what is required to be a man: get a job, find a partner, buy a house, have children.

’60s chart toppers still going strong

It only takes a few moments of hearing Delores “La La” Brooks break into Da Doo Ron Ron to realize she’s lost little of her ability in the half-century since.

How to deal with holiday stress and anxiety

This will be the first Christmas that Rakan Smith, 53, will spend without one of his parents.

Pushing your body to the max

“Keeping fit is a necessity to ensure a better quality of life. Sports and other physical activities enable the body and mind to rebuild and repair itself.”

Companies courting older workers

As members of the 78 million baby boomer population retire, they are creating gaps in the workforce since there are not enough younger people to fill the positions.

Young man seeking to solve an age old disease

While others his age were working in summer jobs … Wallack , adorned in a white lab coat, was retrieving refrigerated test materials at the Boston University School of Medicine’s Molecular Psychiatry and Aging Laboratory.

Life before the Internet

31 March 2014

A result of this technology-based era, and the new and/or improved products and services that come with it, is an over complication of bills for everyday expenses such as cable, phone, Internet, fuel, electric and other household utilities.

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From bombsite to beach town

31 March 2014

An ironic side to the story is that because of the decades of Navy presence on the island, much of its natural beauty has remained intact.

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Bedrooms used for multi-purposes

31 March 2014

We’re told a well-designed master bedroom should be an oasis of romantic calm. It may also be where you watch television, pay bills and even set up a home office.

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Small business owners neglect retirement savings

31 March 2014

“I started thinking about all the money that had run through my hands over the years, millions of dollars,” says Kari Block, owner of Earth-Kind.

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Seniors caring for other seniors

31 March 2014

Paul Gregoline lies in bed, awaiting the helper who will get him up, bathed and groomed. He is 92 years old, has Alzheimer’s disease and needs a hand with nearly every task the day brings.

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Do vitamins block disease?

31 March 2014

There’s more disappointing news about multivitamins: Two major studies found popping the pills didn’t protect aging men’s brains or help heart attack survivors.

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