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Society offers unprecedented advancements in healthcare, entertainment, social media, transportation, and much more.
While these create a lot of opportunities and benefits for those heading into retirement, there are also a lot of challenges associated with modern life. Isolation, depression, inactivity, and poor decision-making can reduce the overall quality of life in retirement.
These articles will investigate ways of maximizing the modern opportunities while avoiding common pitfalls.
Regular exercise just 1 weapon to combat Alzheimer's disease
Health professionals and researchers focusing on helping seniors combat Alzheimer's disease have identified an effective tool in this fight -- vigorous exercise.
Doctor: Don't wait until it's too late to find a retirement home
Health care workers and retirement experts who work with seniors advise clients and their families not to put off the search for assisted living and independent living facilities.
Seniors increasingly turn to online dating to combat loneliness
A new generation of retirees -- the Baby Boomers -- are entering retirement and bringing a very different attitude toward dating than prior generations.
Holistic care a viable supplement to modern medicine, not a replacement
With Americans living longer and spending more on healthcare, health professionals say there is a need to consider different approaches to confront the changing landscape.
Study shows healthy lifestyle curbs 'worst effects' of aging
The added years of life that modern medical advancements have won for today's Americans are often being lived in poor health and a decreased quality of life.