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Aging is inevitable. Growing up is optional. Take off the rose-colored glasses. Face the future or let your body deteriorate and face physical disability. Want to avoid a nursing home? Beat the system and beat the odds. Exercise, eat well, give up the cigarettes. Plan today for tomorrow. Don’t be naïve. Broaden your knowledge and embracing lifelong learning. Choose to support health and well-being. Train your brain to be positive and your and body to be energetic. Prevention and good habits are not for sissies. Act now to improve quality of life and remain young at heart. Stay young with Pamela.
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Interview with Dr. Ann Gruber- Baldini, Associate Professor Gerontology, University of Maryland School of Medicine (podcast 10:00 playing time) Click the Play button below to listen:Professional Subscription Library - Login or Subscribe
By Pamela D Wilson MS, BS/BA, CSA, NCGMy friends and colleagues report a preference for dying “quickly” rather than “lingering” for years with a chronic disease that steals quality of life. My parents expressed the same preference and achieved their desire to go quickly rather than to be sProfessional Subscription Library - Login or Subscribe
By Pamela D Wilson CSA, CG, MS, BS/BAIn 2017, for the first time in recorded history, the number of individuals on this planet who are 65 years or older is predicted to surpass the number of individuals less than 5 years old.” 1 Like it or not, if you are reading this article you are part of an agProfessional Subscription Library - Login or Subscribe
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