Its program helps families shoulder the burden
By Chris Farrell for Next Avenue
Here’s a sobering calculation: The odds that Americans turning 65 today will eventually need assistance with bathing, dressing and other personal activities are about 50/50. And those who’ll need long-term care can expect to incur costs of $138,000,
A Mayo Clinic physician offers a joyful plan based in science
By Sue Campbell for Next Avenue
Dr. Amit Sood, 48, reckons, based on average life span, that he has 10,000 days more to live. That sense of finite time helps him focus his attention, show compassion, be grateful and help others — all actions that lead to happiness.
Finding the right type of work might require some creativity
By Harriet Edleson for Next Avenue
If you’re wondering how you’ll fund your retirement, which could stretch for 25 or 30 years, working part-time could be part of the solution.
Aside from the added income, a job in retirement can bring satisfaction, a sense of purpose and a way to
Most people overestimate their exercise level, studies show
By Rashelle Brown for Next Avenue
If I were to ask you how active you are, what would you say?
Do you consider yourself to be active and productive on most days of the week? Do you meet the recommended minimum of 150 minutes of moderate physical activity per week? Would you go so far