The Good Life
Many people find midlife to be a great time to tackle new challenges: a job, a hobby, a sport, or a cause. That’s because people in their 50s and 60s are often experiencing life changes that can serve as motivations to try something new. Updated Jul. 29, 2014
Hundreds of thousands of Americans are receiving medical devices that were once considered nearly exclusive to the elderly. The shift is profoundly changing patient care and expanding the fortunes of the medical-technology industry while amplifying concerns over the safety and oversight of some products.
Forget the flight to Snowbird states, Minnesota seniors: It turns out that the healthiest place to grow old is right here. For the second year in a row, Minnesota came in first in the United Health Foundation ranking of healthiest states for senior citizens.
A Twin Cities author teamed up with AARP to advocate “choice, curiosity and courage’’ in retirement.