According to this article in the Washington Post, even at age 70 or older, the choices you make about exercise, eating and your health remain important and can help with healthy aging.
At this point in life, it’s worth taking a second look. As Miriam C. Morey, an expert on aging at Duke University , put it, seniors “need to reset your thinking in terms of what you’ve been doing and what you want to do in the future.”
Here are some questions to ask yourself — or your doctor — and simple measures to adopt to maximize your chances of aging well.
As you get into the older age bracket, you need to reset your thinking in terms of whatever you’ve been doing and what you want to do in the future. We need to transition into thinking about mobility, how to augment it or advance it. READ MORE.
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