Tuesday, July 28, 2015 Av 12, 5775
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Lauren Kramer, Special Sections Feature
In a recent poll, Americans age 60 and older said they were optimistic about the future and happy about their health, their homes and their finances. Which begs the question: What do they know that the rest of us don’t?
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Lauren Kramer, Special Sections Feature
It can be hard to change our eating habits, and especially so as we age. Yet it can also mean increased health, energy and even greater longevity, in some cases.
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Elyse Glickman, Special Sections Feature
Retirement, just like “the new 30, 40, 50, etc.,” has a whole different meaning for a generation of seniors who refuse to let their hearts and minds grow old. Some of them have discovered that with the right post-retirement job, the boundaries between work and play blend together in all kinds of unexpected ways.
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Lynn B. Edelman and Paige Guber, Jewish Federation Feature
Never underestimate the power of a pet to bring friendship and unconditional love to its owner. Numerous studies have documented the positive impact of pet ownership on the health of older adults. So it should come as no surprise that GenPhilly — a project of the Phil­adelphia Corporation for Aging that encourages young professionals to connect with older adults and...
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M.J. Fine, Special Secetions Feature
If you’re of a certain generation, you might have caught Kal Rudman breaking hits on the radio or predicting the next big thing on The Merv Griffin Show, just two of the many roles he’s played over the years, both in front of a microphone and behind the scenes. But if you haven’t had the pleasure of getting to know...
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