As discussed last week in Part 1 of this two part series, with the increase in Boomeritis, it’s important to consider how do we get the exercise we need while minimizing the risks of injury. Part two presents alternatives to old workout paradigms, how changing the rules (something we […]
Archive for: July, 2012
With the increase in Boomeritis, what doctors are now using to define those of us ending up in the emergency room from exercise related injuries, it’s important to consider how do we get the exercise we need while minimizing the risks of injury . . .
What will you do for the next thirty or forty years after you retire?
The Baby Boomer population is burgeoning, putting pressure on housing. While we hear many reports of senior housing reaching a crisis (http://alturl.com/gxb4c), there is some good news that may help as a result of the down economy, according to the following article.
The suicide rate for Baby Boomers has climbed steadily since 2000. Researchers found significant increases of more than 2 percent per year for men and more than 3 percent per year for women.