The latest issue of Healthy Aging® Magazine has been published and it will not disappoint. Chockful of information and tips on healthy lifestyles, this quarter’s issue has something for everyone.
Hoda Kotb Shows Us the Way
From her personal passage to her exploration of others, Hoda Kotb, NBC TODAY show personality, news reporter and author, offers insight into finding the right life path.
Active Travel Ideas
Great vacation spots for the active traveler: Lake Tahoe, St. Augustine, New Orleans, Nashville, Stowe and Maui!
Cooking Lighter…Spa Cusine and More
From spa cuisine to Mediterranean-influenced dishes, here are ideas to “go light” and healthy.
Go Mobile For Better Health
How mobile health technology is changing our lives and pushing the boundaries of doctor/patient relationships.
Why People Retire Broke
3 reasons why people sabotage their retirement. Financial expert Chris Hogan shares his views.
Not Ready to Retire? You’re not Alone!
Inspirational profiles will get you thinking about your next passage. Skipping the eternal vacation, many are choosing to fill their lives with more meaningful activities and new careers.
Time to Move?
Considerations to make: Take off for the wild, blue yonder or keep the home fires burning? Fabulous homes on the market. Ideas for redecorating. Tips for downsizing.
The Latest in Photography and Photo Sharing
New photo equipment to try and ways to share photos beyond Facebook
Next Stop: Mexico
Part of the Healthy Aging® Ongoing Series of Where to Retire. Explore Mexico!
Columns on Health, Finance, Food, Men’s Fashions, Recommended Books. Articles like: “Keeping the Mind Sharp. How Today’s Choices Affect Tomorrow’s Brain.” “Your Biggest Retirement Expense (and How to Get Rid of It).” “Boning Up on the Latest Food Trend, Bone Broth.” “Weightlifting Helps Push Back Hands of Time.” “Men’s Spring Fashion Trends for 2016 Are Pushing the Limits with Variety.” And more.
Gorgeous photography, thought-provoking articles
You will love the full-color, easy to read and maneuver, new digital edition with stunning photography. While some of the articles will be excerpted on the Healthy Aging website, to enjoy the full articles, a paid subscription is required.
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