Lessons From 14 Years of Letters About Aging
A columnist takes a step back to consider responding to readers in 686 columns about successful aging.
By Helen Dennis
3 Innovations that Make Aging in Place Possible
Mature adults and retirees are developing creative solutions to stay in their homes passed the traditional retirement age. Only 7% are choosing to move to retirement communities.
By Bonnie Moore
Anchoring Your Job Interview
Never go adrift in a job interview again by bringing and knowing how to set and weigh your 'interviewing anchor.'
By Judy Rosemarin
LIVING THE COLORFUL AND LIVELY LIFE
Nature changes our physical capacities, but remaining vital and open to the adventure of life is still possible.
By CJ Golden
Jules of Nature
In this video, Wisconsin nature photographer J. Marion Brown talks about her passion for nature photography and how she captures exquisite moments.
By Lucy Mathews Heegaard
Verizon’s Zombie Cookie Gets New Life
Verizon is merging its cellphone tracking supercookie with AOL’s ad tracking network to match users’ online habits with their offline details.
By ProPublica ProPublica.org
Encore!! for Hollywood's New, Inspiring Films About Older Adults
Hollywood gets smart about value of older market and begins to star older actors and actresses in roles that highlight possibilities and that inspire.
Acting Tips for the Living
An actor's trick for making the same scene new each night turns out to be a good lesson for keeping lives fresh, too.
How to (Almost) Land Yourself in Jail
A rude air passenger's relentless requests to change seats in a transatlantic flight gets an unexpected result, which takes things to the brink.
By Ann Sheybani
Alex Rodriquez's Unlikely Comeback
New York Yankees tarnished aging star makes a surprising—and team-saving—comeback after a one-year suspension for using steroids.
By Richard Kagan
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