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50+: Live Better, Longer

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Get facts and tips on staying mentally fit and maintaining a good attitude as you age. Hint: Be active, challenge your mind, and build relationships.


Just as your mind has powerful effects on your body, so your physical state affects how you feel and think.

Lots of people experience memory lapses. Some memory problems are serious, and others are not.

Midlife Crisis

A midlife “crisis” may be a blessing in disguise. Read why experts say midlife may be prime time for personal growth.

Coping With Changes

Time for the kids to fly the coop? Read about how to make the most of your “empty nest.”

During the retirement phase of the family life cycle, many changes occur in your life.

Stress is what you feel when you have to handle more than you are used to.

Is depression different after age 65? What are the signs and how is it treated? Learn about depression after age 65.

Transportation can be a sensitive and tricky issue for elderly drivers and their caregivers.

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