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The Old, Gray Grandma Ain’t What She Used to Be

Today’s grandmother: She ain’t old, she ain’t gray, and she is, in fact, seemingly ageless. So says broadcast journalist and author Leslie Stahl in her new book, Becoming Grandma: The Joys and Science of the New Grandparenting

Valencia Healthy Aging Magazinemuseum arts and sciences valencia healthy agingTravel Feature: Valencia, Spain

An insiders’ guide to what to see and do, where to eat, where to stay in this region of amazing contrasts from the beaches to the mountains, the fertile farmland to the cultural cities.

Athleisure Fashion

Do’s and don’ts of athletic wear for every day.

Brain Blips

Dr. Michelle Braun gives tips on what to do about those “senior moments.”

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Cruising 2018

What’s new in the cruise vacation?

Expand Your Mind with Lifelong Learning Courses

You finally have the time to immerse yourself in a subject. Ideas are here for courses to take from The Great Courses Plus series to ones at Harvard and Wharton.

Getting Unstuck

Graphic designer Carolyn Eckert has put together ideas for how to come out of the haze and focus. Read an excerpt from Your Idea Starts Here: 77 Mind-Expanding Ways to Unleash Your Creativity by Carolyn Eckert.

New Cookbooks to Kick-Start a Healthy Fall Season

Food can fix it by Dr Oz healthy agingHerbalist Kitchen . healthy aging magazineWith summer in the rear view mirror, many of us are ready to head back to the kitchen with the determination to make, serve, and eat healthier foods more than ever before. Certainly, the fall months seem to make us clamor for comfort foods with gatherings of friends and family. Now, the spotlight is all of that with the emphasis on healthy.

Reviews and recipes from these cookbooks: Dr. Mehmet Oz book, Food Can Fix It: The Superfood Switch to Fight Fat, Defy Aging and Eat Your Way HealthyHerbalist’s Kitchen: Delicious, Nourishing Food for Lifelong Health and Well-Being by Brittany Wood Nickerson; Good Housekeeping Skillet Suppers: 65 Delicious Recipes by Susan Westmoreland; and Sheet Pan Suppers Meatless: 100 Surprising Vegetarian Meals Straight from the Oven by Raquel Pelzel.

Knickerbocker Hotel. Healthy Aging MagazineUnique Travel: Times Square—Yes, Times Square!

Times Square and The Knickerbocker, a jewel of a hotel, come full circle. Travel feature on the famous Times Square and a unique place to stay that is loaded with history: The Knickerbocker.

The Power of Ikigai
The Secrets of Japanese Elders for a Long and Happy Life

A new anti-aging concept is sweeping the Western world. It’s Ikigai, which is also the title of a new book, Ikigai, The Japanese Secret to a Long and Healthy Life, by Hector Garcia (Kirai) and Francesc Miralles that has already been translated into 33 languages and now published for the first time in the U.S. and UK.

The Case Against Retirement (That Has Nothing to Do With Finances)

Amusing and insightful essay by Danny Cahill on retirement — or “what’s your plan?”

Do You Need a Sugar-Detox?

Feature on the rising topic of a sugar-detox. Is it the key to detoxing your body, losing weight, and improving your overall health by cutting it out?

hypoglycemia book . healthy aging magazineUnderstanding Hypoglycemia

“Your Symptoms May Not Be ‘All in Your Head’ by Roberta Ruggiero explores hypoglycemia and offers tips for understanding the disease as well as for stabilizing your blood sugar. Roberta Ruggiero is the author of The Do’s & Don’ts of Hypoglycemia: An Everyday Guide to Low Blood Sugar Too Often Misunderstood and Misdiagnosed! She is the president and founder of The Hypoglycemia Support Foundation, Inc.

Tips for Women Worried About Outliving Their Retirement Nest Eggs

Beth Andrews, CPA, CFP®, ChFC, pens an informative feature on the strong connection between people’s wealth and their health. This is especially important for women because we live longer.

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Le Monastère des Augustines

Wellness travel feature on Le Monastère des Augustines, nearly four centuries in the making and now a wellness and preservation model for the world.

Today, wellness tourism is taking a new twist and carving out its own niche market. Although spa vacations continue to be in vogue, the growing travel trend is a vacation that focuses on total wellness that combines mind, body, and spirit. Take a tour of Le Monastère des Augustines, Quebec City, Canada.

Is Being Gluten-Free for Everyone?

Eat WheatBy the looks of the gluten-free offerings on most restaurant menus these days, you would think the world has celiac disease.

However, going gluten-free might not promise all the long-term health benefits that it is rumored to.

Dr. John Douillard DC, CAP, author of Eat Wheat, shares information and offers solid advice on how to choose the right grains and wheat to sustain your body and reduce many health risks.


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