Tag Archives: Senior Health

Future Challenge – Whether to Weather the Weather

Challenge #25 Are you a person who loves the heat, or one who needs it cool? Are you OK with air conditioning, or do you need your air to be fresh? My beloved and I have spent a few weekends … Continue reading

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Future Challenge – Staying Physically Active

Challenge #18 Along with a healthy diet, exercise helps to keep our hearts, lungs, and brains working properly, although too many of us neglect it. We all know how important it is to exercise. Hopefully, we’re all doing something, even if … Continue reading

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Weather Forecast – Time to Play Outdoors!

The Eastern seaboard of the U.S. has waited a long time for Spring weather to arrive this year. We’re still getting occasional cold showers out there, but it’s starting to warm up, and we’re getting ready to head back outdoors. … Continue reading

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Future Challenge – Staying Sharp

Challenge #17 We all know it’s important to exercise physically throughout our lives to keep our bodies healthy. Our hearts, lungs, even our minds, depend on it. But our brains need specialized workouts beyond physical movement.  As you age, what will … Continue reading

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Employing the Little Grey Cells

“It is a small problem merely. But a problem that will agitate the little grey cells most adequately.”  – Agatha Christie’s Poirot in The Incredible Theft   Lately I’ve noticed a lot of television commercials for the Luminosity website. Like brainHQ, BrainCurls.com, … Continue reading

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Future Challenge – Who Do You Trust with Your Health?

Challenge #14 We all tend to put off tasks we don’t want to think about – like making wills or assigning medical or financial proxies.  If we wait too long, we may not be able to designate the people we … Continue reading

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