August 26, 2014
Posted by Terry Fay in Mind and Spirit.
Music can make mundane tasks a little easier and long days go by a little quicker. But did you know that music affects our brains in a big way? It’s true: Melody, rhythm, and bass can improve our creativity, visual attention, and much more.
August 21, 2014
Posted by James Cornehlsen in Personal Finance.
Before you can determine the date at which you can securely retire, you need to create your own personal balance sheet. Here’s how.
August 19, 2014
Posted by Terry Fay in Resident Spotlights.
“I am proud to call Chicago home because of people like Lucille.”
— Rahm Emanuel
August 15, 2014
Posted by Terry Fay in Health and Fitness, Research.
Two Harvard researchers have discovered a protein that restores degenerative tissues and biological functions in aging mice. The exact same protein is also present in humans.
August 14, 2014
Posted by Terry Fay in Research.
One man’s unique medical case is shedding light on a question that scientists have not been able to answer: Can we live without the gene that’s linked to Alzheimer’s?
August 12, 2014
Posted by Terry Fay in Special Events.
The golden years are entering a golden age in the North Shore of Chicago. Are you on the list?
August 7, 2014
Posted by Terry Fay in Health and Fitness.
Arthritis and joint pain can make working out the last thing seniors want to do. However, water exercises can relieve arthritis and joint pain while increasing bone density and muscle mass. Here are 5 water exercises that you can try this summer to start feeling better today!
August 5, 2014
Posted by Terry Fay in Programs.
Thanks to advances in science and medicine, people are living longer lives than ever. But while the ability to enjoy fulfillment and independence after retirement is wonderful, it also poses a challenge: How do we keep our youngest and oldest generations connected?
August 1, 2014
Posted by Terry Fay in Personal Finance.
People who commit their time, energy, love, and resources to care for a friend or relative are also sacrificing their own future retirement income. One congresswoman has proposed an amendment to the Social Security Act in an attempt to compensate our caregivers when they need it most.