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Educated Aging · 5h ago

48 Minutes of Moderate Exercise a Week Better Than None for Older Folks

Only Take a Little Moderate Exercise to Make Big Difference Adding 48 minutes of moderate exercise per week is associated with improvements in overall physical functioning and decreases in r...
Educated Aging · 1d ago

Financial Planning Earlier in Life for Later in Life Needs

25 or 45: Why We All Need To Have Do Financial Planning For Later In Life One in three Americans have no retirement savings at all and almost half of Americans have less than $10,000 saved f...
Educated Aging · 2d ago

Long Distance Caregiving – From Charlotte Today – Podcast 118

Long Distance Caregiving Research indicates that long distance caregiving actually costs more money. Travel expenses, paying for in-home caregivers, etc. attribute to some of those. I’m well...
Educated Aging · 4d ago

Happy, Healthy Menopause? Yes!

A Guide to Stay Healthy and Happy After You Reach Menopause Physical and hormonal changes are always hard on women, be it the start of the menstrual cycle, ths a gynecologist make onset of a...
Educated Aging · 5d ago

Our Friday Song of the Week – Margaretaville

Our Friday Song of the Week – Margaretaville The post Our Friday Song of the Week – Margaretaville appeared first on The Aging Experience.
Educated Aging · 5d ago

Estate Planning is for Everyone – Charlotte Today – Smilecast 117

Estate Planning is not Just for the Rich Estate planning is misnamed, because it implies that one must have extensive assets to even consider an estate plan. That is not true. “Everyone need...
Educated Aging · 6d ago

Building Relationships As We Age

The Importance of Building Relationships in a Digital Age In the past, relationships were built by spending time with one another and bonding on a deeper level. In today’s society, this is b...
Educated Aging · 1w ago


The Challenges of Being a Long-Distance Caregiver (from Sixty and Me) I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Amy Goyer, family caregiver expert for AARP, as part of our virtual Caregive...
Educated Aging · 1W ago

Covert Abuse of Elders – How to Recognize It and Make Changes

How to End a Lifetime of Covert Abuse The general public are now becoming more educated on and aware of the fact that domestic violence and abuse isn’t just physical. Parents who are guilty ...
Educated Aging · 1W ago

Healthy Heart When Young = Healthy Brain When Older-Smilecast 116

Healthy Heart in 20s = Healthy Brain in 40s People who take simple steps to keep a healthy heart in young adulthood, such as exercising, eating a healthy diet and controlling blood pressure ...