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Eat heartily – and safely – this summer

Did you know that 128,000 Americans are hospitalized every year for food poisoning … or that as we get older we run a greater risk of such diseases? Age-related changes in the gastrointestinal tract, underlying chronic conditions (diabetes, cancer, etc.), changes in organ function (eg, the liver and kidneys) and side effects caused by medication all contribute to increased caution …

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Freddie Gershon & # 39; s Broadway Senior Dreams

Ever watched a play and thought "I bet I could do that?" And then thought, "No, I'm too old." Freddie Gershon does not think so. The 80-year-old spitfire from New York City has just launched Broadway Senior, a series of adaptations from popular Broadway musicals starring seniors … and he's auditioning. H Productions are made in a handful of senior …

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Question and answer: Terry Moore, 90-year-old star

Oscar nominated for her role in Come Back, Little Sheba 66 years ago, Terry Moore, 90, has only one dream left. She hopes to get a nod for what her final role might be in the upcoming movie, Silent Life Vladislav Kozlov's drama about the silent movie icon Rudolph Valentino, which will be released next year (more information about the …

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Flowers despite chronic pain – Senior Planet

Chronic conditions such as diabetes, COPD, heart disease, anxiety, multiple sclerosis (among others) require ongoing medical treatment and challenges. It is so easy to feel overwhelmed and depressed, and that can take quite a few relationships and careers. It is natural – and difficult! – to combat feelings of self-pity and resentment when you first learn from a chronic condition. …

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Traveling alone? No problem! – Senior planet

Have you dreamed of traveling somewhere, but you have no one to go with … so that you end up staying home? You not only miss, but you are also lonely. There is good news: today, as a single woman (or man), it is easier than ever to travel the world and find friendly companions to dine with and share …

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Back to school … voluntary – Senior Planet

Gwen Garvey cannot wait until the school starts. She does not know how many lessons she will follow or which subjects she will study, but she still cannot wait. As soon as the catalog comes out, she decides. And if history repeats itself, it will probably follow different lessons. Garvey, 75, lives in the Beaufort, South Carolina region, and she …

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It is the day of labor. Fight for your rights.

It's Labor Day, so you'll hear a lot about the recipes, sales, and weather – especially when Dorian ends in Florida. But with its roots in the workers' movements of the 19th century, Labor Day is a good time to remember that employees over 65 – the fastest growing segment of the workforce – are frequent victims of age discrimination. …

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Do you want a long-life diet? Go blue.

The longer you live, the healthier you are likely to be during the last part of your life. That's one of the messages from Dan Buettner in his popular TED talks and books, and it's fascinating. We may not all want to be one hundred, but we all want to remain independent and active while we are still alive. So …

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Climbing, hiking, walking … and step into nature

At the age of 89, Anne Lorimor of Phoenix is ​​a poster girl for the benefits of coming out and communicating with nature. In July she returned from climbing the Kilimanjaro – the highest peak in Africa. Oh, and for the for the second time. In 2015, at the age of 85, she set a world record for the oldest …

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Five body parts No one tells you to practice

No matter how much you walk, train your core and lift weights, you may not do enough to avoid some of the problems that we may experience as we get older – problems such as bent shoulders, shuffling feet and weak hands. [19659002] Working with large muscle groups and performing cardiorespiratory exercise does not come to the small muscles that …

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