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Not all exercises are created equal. For retirees, weight-bearing exercises are particularly important, because they promote muscle tone, bone density, weight loss, mental acuity and balance. But there are caveats, as well.
They're living longer, love independence … and aren't buying health insurance. But that's not decreasing a need for assistance later in life with things like bathing, walking or eating. We'll look at five ways baby boomers are changing long-term health care.
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Millennials have been coddled, Gen Y'ers won't wear suits, Gen X'ers are cynical and Baby Boomers -- those folks can barely operate a cell phone. Generational stereotypes are nothing new, but they're also often downright wrong. What are five of the most common Boomer stereotypes?
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Baby boomers should be the picture of health. They've had access to vaccines and health care their parents never dreamed of -- not to mention a better quality of life. But are they?
Baby boomers were one of the first generations to have it all: education, well-paying jobs and access to good health care. So why are they depressed?
With Baby Boomers hitting retirement age, they're in the spotlight again because of healthcare and social security funding issues. During their time, the Boomers made an extraordinary impact on the world around them. Learn about the Boomer leg
Many people ages 35 to 45 experience a midlife transformation as they realize for the first time that they too will kick the bucket at some point. What can you learn from a re-evaluation, and how can you prepare for your future?