Category Archives: Aging Parents

Value of Exercise

Another good reminder. It’s simple and free.  See the video here:

Senior Moments or Vast Library?

This NY Times article says that our thinking may not be slower as we age, but rather, we have more data to sort through now than we did when we were younger.

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Do Brain Training Games Really Work?

Here’s a interesting article from the National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine. It seems that brain training games like Brain Age actually do have some benefit. no word on the value of Candy Crush marathons, though. Read the full article here:


23 1/2 Hours

Great instructional video on the value of moving for just 30 minutes day. Shocking and inspiring. See it here:

Rethinking Our Assumptions About Retirement

Interesting article form the NY Times about baby boomer retirement trends.

“Aside from money worries, there is a more basic reason many baby boomers continue working: because they want to, and, perhaps more important, because they can. In a quarterly report released in October, UBS Wealth Management Americas revealed that most investors don’t feel “old” until they turn 80, up from 60 during their parents’ generation.”

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