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  • Alcohol and Older Adults

    Many older adults enjoy a glass of wine with dinner or a beer while watching the game on TV. In fact, half of Americans ages 65 and older drink alcohol. Having a drink now and then is fine—as long as you don’t overdo it.

  • Can Optimism Make a Difference in Your Life?

    A growing number of scientific studies indicate that optimistic people tend to live longer and have better physical and mental health than pessimistic people.

  • Exercise Ideas for Older Adults

    Finding ways to get exercise as you get older is a smart and easy way to stay fit and improve your health.

  • The Physical Power of Social Support

    Certain behaviors may help safeguard you from illness and disease. These include exercising regularly and sleeping enough. Here may be another: staying socially connected. It may well do your body good.

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