Have you ever heard your parents or grandparents use a word or phrase you weren’t familiar with? It may have been slang they learned when they were younger. Below are a few words and phrases that were popular slang in the 1930’s, 40’s and 50s. Do you recognize any? Do you recall hearing any that …
While the Fountain of Youth remains elusive for most, some societies enjoy other factors that help to keep their citizens young.
According to the US News Health, the average life expectancy is 67.6 years. The U.S, although well above average at 78, came in at an unimpressive 50th in lifespan ranking. Find out the top 10 countries where people live the longest.
In the mood to travel but concerned you’re not as spritely as you used to be? Perhaps it’s time to find experiences geared more toward a mature traveler’s interests and needs.
These Senior Travel Websites offering articles, tips and resources on senior travel. Or, join in the conversation with fellow senior travelers on one of the Senior Travel Forums, also found below.
With the Internet and other technological advances, today’s seniors are more connected than ever before.
If you’re looking for ways to stay up-to-date on the latest news and events that affect seniors, blogs are one of the best way for getting current information. In addition, you can get your daily dose of laughter with some of the amusing anecdotes written by seniors for seniors.
Here are 41 poems on aging, reflections on aging, by poets known and unknown.