Turning 65 hardly seems like becoming “elderly” nowadays. In the U.S., the average life expectancy at age 65 is 20.6 years for women and 18 for men. But, that’s only the average so many people couldRead More . . .
Boomers are often credited with making 50 the new 30, but with more than half of this generation now over 60, they’re making 60-something look pretty darn good too. Case in point: Christie Brinkley,Read More . . .
Did you know that senior citizens are prescribed an average of 7 (yes, 7) medications to take every day? That’s a lot of information because you know that timing can be as important as dosage. Add toRead More . . .