Dr. Brad Stuart has spent four decades passionately advocating for home-based primary care for the chronically and terminally ill. He believes that to fix American healthcare we first have to fix the end-of-life care model. He explains.
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It turns out, retirement living may have less to do with your investments and much more to do with trimming the fat from your expenses. The Ultimate Cheapskate reveals the secrets of living the retirement you want on any budget.
A well-known and highly successful writer is creating a lot of buzz with her new book, “Between a Rock and Hot Place: Why 50 is Not the New 30.” Do you agree?
The man who coined the phrase “ageism” has died at the age of 83 of leukemia. Just days before his death, he revealed to us his 8 tips for living a long life, and the exciting news is YOU have the power to age well.
Author David Mills is issuing a call to arms to the Boomers: it’s time to rise up and make a difference in the world.
A distinguished sociologist and Harvard professor is combating our youth-obsessed culture’s negative portrayal of older adults. She says people over 50 are reinventing themselves and changing the world.
The meaning of retirement has changed so much over the years that author Tammy Erickson says to retire it! In her new book, she says boomers have more options and don’t have to just leave their careers behind when they hit 65.
The fastest-growing group of new entrepreneurs is baby boomers. So we sat down with Guy Kawasaki, an early-stage venture capitalist, author of “The Art of the Start,” and one of the top 100 bloggers in the world.
This folk music legend became an Internet sensation on YouTube! with his hilarious song about baby boomers. Now, in his 60s, Tom Rush has finally hit the big time.
A true visionary, Mary Furlong was one of the first to recognize the power of the 50+ market, and these days she’s helping small start-ups and major corporations profit from it.
Not everyone is willing to age gracefully! We found a group of grandmothers doing something a little bit different — they’re learning to fight to keep their vitality.
Dotsie Bregel has created an online meeting place for Boomer women.