There’s plenty of things geezers like myself ought to be doing to stay fit and vital. Just don’t overlook the fun stuff. That counts, too.
According to a Harvard study, the key predictors of a long and healthy life are mostly obvious, unless you believe diet and exercise might make a difference.
It took me awhile to buy into the whole smartphone craze, but new research suggests it might be just the thing my aging brain needs to stay sharp.
Edward Slingerland suggests that “trying not to try” could change your life. And it should get easier as you get older.
Geezerville is full of folks trying to figure out how they’re going to retire comfortably. I’m just not one of them.
Ezekiel Emanuel doesn’t really want to die at 75. He just wants to stop conforming to the Western medical model. So why not start now, while you’re young?
The good news is that geezers are better than youngsters in absorbing visual information. Or is that the bad news?
Geezers are prone to distraction, but new research suggests that we can learn to improve our focus. At least I think that’s what I read. . . .
A new study out of Denmark tells me I need to fatten up my brain if I want to live longer.
Preparing for our first winter storm sparks a renewed appreciation for ritual.
Falling geezers has become a public health issue, but I’m not sure zapping the soles of my feet is the answer.
Is aging just a state of mind? Harvard psychology professor Ellen Langer argues you’re only as old as you decide to be.
Want to feel better, fast? Stand up straight.
A little back pain shouldn’t keep me from lifting heavy objects, should it?
A new study suggests that cutting back on calories can extend your lifespan.
New research wants us to believe that popping a few pills will strengthen our immune system as we age, but it ignores the consequences.
My mother-in-law is teaching us a thing or two on her final journey.
Most of my birthday plans went awry, but I let them go and stumbled upon something greater than expected.
Weighing the pros and cons of coffee consumption.
Can yoga alone keep you fit as you get older? Don’t ask my hamstrings.
The geezer virility industry demands that we pay more attention to fantasy than reality.