As people who have led full, active lives look for a mobility solution that assists them with emerging physical limitations while fueling their adventurous spirits, the options have been lacking–until now.
It’s never too late to learn a second language, and doing so–even later in life–can have beneficial effects as we age, a new study says.
The United Health Foundation’s America’s Health Rankings Senior Report was just released, and it shows how the states stack up in terms of overall senior health. Where does your state rank?
A new study suggests that living a purposeful life has positive long-term health effects.
It’s the Holy Grail of mortality research: more than 14,000 filled-out questionnaires by residents of a retirement community outside of Los Angeles from 1981.
Walking is not only a way to get around; it has played a fundamental role in human development over millions of years. Today, the act of putting one foot in front of the other continues to tell us more about ourselves–and the world in which we live–than we ever knew.
TOURNAMENT UPDATE from Kim Koppert, Programming Director at Arté:
“All teams are progressing nicely. The Late Bloomers have won all of their games and are tied for 1st; Lucky Strikers have 12 out of 20 points and are tied for 3rd; The Hot Shots have 10 out of 20 points and are in 5th. All three teams still are in the running to make the playoffs as we enter our 5th week of play.”