There’s more evidence that healthy eating and exercise doesn’t just help you stay fit and young – it also keeps your mind sharp.
As reported recently by the New York Times, a new study published in the Archives of Neurology found that people with Diabetes, especially Type 2, or Adult Onset Diabetes, tended to experience more cognitive decline than other seniors.
It happens to so many Baby Boomers. Maybe you’ve even thought of it yourself. You’re looking forward to retirement, but maybe a little worried about how to pass the time after the career is finished.
By the age of 75, about one in four seniors have experienced vision loss, and for many, losing one’s sight can be depressing and frustrating.
But according to a new article from AARP, there are a number of ways Baby Boomers and seniors can stop vision loss: