A Cancer Doctor Says Closure Is a Myth
Why Are There So Few Age-Friendly Cities?
Green Retirement Communities Are Sprouting
How To Work Out When You’re Injured
Don't Expect Your Children to Take Care of You
The Happiness Doctor Is In
The 10 Types of People You'll Meet While Traveling
When Your Husband Wants a Ferrari
Why I Am Paying an Exorbitant Sum for Ballroom Dancing
How Boomers Feel About Aging
Over 55 and Overqualified: Advice for Older Job Hunters
Write Down Those Special Grandparent Moments
The Grown-Up's Guide to Music Festivals
Why Online Dating Gets Such a Bad Rap and Shouldn’t
Before a Second Marriage, Make These 4 Smart Money Moves
Why You Get Migraines and What to Do About Them
Boomer Helicopter Parents Now Hover in Home Buying
Like Seinfeld, 'Festival' Is About Nothing... and Everything
Runs, Hits, and Algorithms: How Data is Changing Baseball
Your Guide to Healthy Eating at Fast-Food Restaurants
How to Find Work/Life Bliss, Not Work/Life Balance
Camp Isn't Just for Kids: 5 for Grown-Ups
How Couples Delude Themselves About Retirement
How to Care for Your Pet Without Going Broke
Gmail Now Features A Way To Ease Sender's Remorse
Housing Market Is Picking Up
Medical Marijuana Is Often Less Potent Than Advertised
The Hottest Jobs and How to Get One in Retirement
Don't Ignore These Facts About Sunscreen
How Successful Women Make the Most of Their Time
The 5 Exercises You Should Do Every Day
5 Commonly Misdiagnosed Conditions in Older Adults
Parents' Do’s and Don’ts for the Digital Age
Over 50 and Getting a Lift Driving for Lyft
Why rideshare services are attracting older drivers.
Why You Must Stand Out at Work and How to Do It
Author Dorie Clark says keeping your head down is a big mistake.
Digital Detox: 8 Places to Unplug and Unwind
Seeking a getaway from electronics? Check out these vacation spots.
Tips for Choosing a Day Center for Your Parent
Some offer socializing, others dementia care, so here's a shopper's guide.
How to Get In On The Sharing Economy
DogVacay, Schlep, and others offer a hand plus a way to make money.
What Not to Say to Your Friends
In instances like these, we generally need to keep our mouths shut.
Fiftysomething Diet: Eat a Big Breakfast or Not?
Blood sugar levels can be greatly influenced by how much, and when, you eat
The Best Workout DVDs for Boomers
These popular titles can help with flexibility, strength, bone health and pain relief.
5 Reasons We Love Meryl Streep
The actress uses her voice to defy ageism and sexism.
The FDA Takes a New Look at Homeopathic Drugs
Should products like Cold-Eeze and Zicam be regulated like other drugs?
Should Your High School Senior Take a Gap Year?
For some students, time off before college is beneficial.
5 Must-Have Apps for Your Phone and Tablet
Health, knowledge, money, and fun — all at your fingertips.
Student Inventors Tackle Elder Mobility Hurdles
Young winners of Stanford's design contest build practical solutions.
Improving Paid Caregivers’ Work Lives
We need them, so we must figure out how to compensate them.
Shorter Height Associated With Greater Heart Risk
Genetic studies confirm the link, but more research is needed.
Lies the Beatles Told Us
This writer finds some fibs in five songs the Fab Four sang.
Miss Marple’s Spot-On Guide to Aging Well
Five key life-affirming principles from Agatha Christie's fictional detective.
The Facebook Tool for Your Digital Estate Plan
You may want to sign up for the social network's Legacy Contact feature.
How to Help Mom and Dad Move to a New Home
Here are five tips to make the transition less traumatic for your parents.
NPR Host Turns His Tweets Into a Loving Memoir
Scott Simon recalls his mother's last days and the special bond they shared
10 Tips for Working for a Younger Boss
The Love Your Job
author on how to do this effectively and happily.
Older Job Seekers: You're Hired (For Less)
A new AARP survey's results, plus four tips to find work now.
4 Great New Books for Empty Nesters
Find advice, comfort, and humor for this major life transition.
Why the US Must Care for Its Elders Better
"Genius grant" winner Ai-Jen Poo discusses her new book on caregiving.
Can Crossing Your Fingers Reduce Pain?
A provocative study hints at the possibility for chronic sufferers.
Six Extraordinary Picture Books
Read these special stories about kids and their grandparents.
How to Create a Credit Card Debt Escape Plan
If you've got a plastic problem, here are three possible ways to attack it.
Do You Really Want to Age in Place?
Should you stay or go? 'Aging in the Right Place' helps you decide.
The 5 Steps to Make a Retirement Announcement
Smart advice from the author's brother, who just did it.
7 Mantras to Live By — What Are Yours?
What one baby boomer has found encouraging, wise, and helpful along the way.
Nurture Your Most Valuable Asset: Your Reputation
Smart tips for your career and money in The Reputation Economy
The Cure for Working-at-Home Loneliness
Co-working spaces offer community, collaboration and coffee
Why We Need to Get Rid of Senior Centers
Thankfully, there's a movement to make the relics multigenerational.
6 Exciting Ideas from South by Southwest
The festival offered a glimpse into tech and trends that may change your life.
America Is Unready for the Era of the Aging Worker
The author of 'Unfinished Work' on his reporting and advice
A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to a Bucket List
After years of sitting and writing humor, this man went the stand-up route.
The New Economics of Weddings
It’s not your mamma’s nuptials: who pays for what has changed.
Seeking Your Direction from Midlife On
Most people go through six stages – which are you in?
Sexual Re-Identification After 50
Gay, lesbian, and transgender adults navigate the challenges of change later in life.
Why Miley Cyrus Needs to Watch Downton Abbey
Season 5 clearly showed that love and passion don’t stop at age 40.
Grief and Letting Go in the Digital Age
After friends died, the author struggled with whether to delete contacts.
6 Tips for Developing and Landing a TED Talk
Here's how to be noticed in the popular forum.
The Case for Eating with Strangers When Traveling
New social dining sites source local companions to share meals.
What Women Must Do to Ditch Bag Lady Syndrome
Tips from a financial adviser with a new book on the subject.
Easy Ways to Look Better in a Job Interview
Practical grooming and wardrobe tweaks for female and male job applicants.
Don't Miss These Tax Breaks on Your 2014 Return
The often overlooked deductions and credits can save you a bundle.
What Is the Price of Long Life?
A panel of experts met to debate whether we should aim for longevity.
The 3 Key Retirement Numbers You Need to Know
Remembering them can help you ensure your vision for retirement.
7 Ways to Avoid Job Search Burnout
Tips from a recruiter to keep you at your best in interviews.
The End of Employer-Provided Health Insurance
The co-author of a new book says that day is near and it's a good thing.
This Empty Nester Couple Loves Being GypsyNesters
They sold their home and everything in it and haven't looked back
7 Drugs That Are Toxic for Your Brain
These widely used medications can be especially harmful for older adults.
Saunas Could Make You Live Longer
A new study suggests more frequent use can be good for your heart.
The Dollars and Sense of Buying a Vacation Home
Be sure you know about these hidden costs before purchasing.
Cholesterol: No Longer a Nutritional Bad Guy?
A key panel publishes recommendations for 2015 dietary guidelines
How to Lose 1,000 Square Feet — and Keep It Off
This writer found joy downsizing to a small apartment and offers five tips.
How This Half-Sister Became Whole
She always felt different from her siblings, until receiving an amazing gift.
6 Ways You Can Help a Friend Who is Sick
Suggestions that let you be present and make a difference.
Overcome 3 Obstacles to Start a Business After 50
Advice to get over your fears and get going on your launch.
5 Reasons People Over 50 Should Love the Big iPhone
Yes, it feels like holding a Pop-Tart to your ear, but ease wins out.
Fiftysomething Diet: Should You Go Gluten-Free?
Before you hop on the bandwagon, separate fact from fiction.
Why Are You Tired All The Time?
The source of pervasive exhaustion and what to do about it
Here's How Much Caregivers Pay Out-of-Pocket
A survey finds helping a family member can derail your retirement.
Think Twice Before You Text That Message
A hand surgeon explains the dangers, especially for boomers.
Back on the Market: Difficulties of Midlife Dating
One man's epiphany about looking for love in your 50s.
Fiftysomething Diet: 6 Steps to a Healthier Fall Soup
Our foolproof formula lets you cook and serve it in 30 minutes.
Joan Rivers' Death: Facts About Vocal Cord Surgery
Older people often have vocal disorders, so here's how to protect your voice.
TED Talk: How to Live Passionately at Any Age
Author Isabel Allende on loving life ... and Antonio Banderas.
The 10 Best Tropical Islands for Retirees
Why these gems, spanning from the Caribbean to Micronesia, are so enticing.
How to Phase Into Retirement at Your Job
Why more firms offer phased retirement and how to swing it where you work.
What Your Investment Portfolio Is Likely Lacking
A study finds people 50+ are light on foreign stocks. Should you bulk up?
The Next Housing Crisis: Aging Americans' Homes
A new study says they're too costly, inaccessible, and in the wrong places.
5 Pitfalls of Starting a Business in Retirement
Make sure you don't fall into these traps before you launch.
The True Power of Oldness
How this moving video is bringing positivity to aging.
6 Beliefs that Sabotage Your Health
Think that health advice applies to everyone but you? Time to reconsider.
The 7 Best Places to Retire Around the World
The new Retire Overseas Index has a surprising, but gorgeous, winner.
The Benefits of Living In a Teeny House
The author of "The Big Tiny" cites the financial and emotional upsides.
Off to College: How to Step Back but Stay Connected
Three common issues your kid may face and what to do (or not do) to help.
5 Tips to Find Meaning and Purpose in Later Life
How to program your internal GPS in retirement.
7 Ways to Avoid Stress-Related Weight Gain
How to chill out and keep the pounds off.
How to Dip Your Toe Into the Encore Career Waters
An Encore Fellowship lets you try out a second act with purpose
30-Day Declutter Challenge: What I've Learned
Halfway through, I've got a pile of junk and gained some wisdom, too
Adapting to The Half-Empty Nest
The benefits of having your child leave home slowly
Robin Williams, Depression and Suicide in Midlife
One doctor offers insights into why treating depression is tricky
How to Become a Boomer Tech Genius
Humorous and helpful ideas to get savvy about electronics and apps
Why We Lose Friends in Midlife
Six situations that make us 'break up' with our one-time BFFs.
You Can Retire Sooner Than You Think (Maybe)
Tips from Wes Moss, author and host of radio's "Money Matters".
When One Spouse Is Healthy and the Other Isn't
How couples cope with health differences that could divide them.
Are Your Friends Bad For Your Health?
4 ways to handle toxic behaviors and protect your wellbeing.
How to Filter the Financial Noise in Retirement
This adviser has 10 ways to avoid making bad investing moves.
4 Tips for Networking to Change Fields
What to do and say to make connections for a career switch.
Fiftysomething Diet: 5 Healthy Summer Treats
Beat the heat with these cool and refreshing recipes.
Why New Zealand's Retirement System Works So Well
The KiwiSaver program down under has over-the-top results.
3 Essential Tips to Switch to a Second Career
This nurse turned yoga studio owner offers advice from her experience.
5 Things Older Prisoners Want You to Know
A stunning photo project mines critical wisdom from regret.
Should You Let Someone Pick Your Brain For Free?
When (and when not) to charge for your expertise and time.
Surprising Factors Affecting Workout Energy After 50
Fix these seven to beat fatigue and revive your fitness routine.
When Should You Step In to Help Your Parents?
They may brush off your offers, so suss out their true needs.
5 Money Moves for Boomer Couples to Consider
Preparing for the strong odds that a wife will outlive her husband.
How to Declare Your Financial Independence
Tips from a man who did, plus apps and sites that can help you.
Why Cruises Are Ideal for Boomers Traveling Solo
Some lines waive single supplements and single cabins are less rare.
Hospice Abuses: A Must-Read Expose
A compelling report on corruption ultimately helps patients and families.
A Surprising Way to Handle Grief
A widow asks why she should 'get over it' when it is a reminder of love.
How to Avoid the Perils of Online Banking
8 tips to prevent careless, sometimes costly, mistakes.
Best and Worst States for Long-Term Care
A new ranking shows big variations in affordability, quality, and choices.
Plotting Your Next Move for "Unretirement"
Advice on what to do, and when, to write your next chapter.
6 Ways Google Alerts Can Help You Land a Job
How to use the search tool to crack the hidden job market.
10 Job Interview Questions YOU Should Ask
Posing them will help you find work in two important ways
We're Flying Blind Investing for Retirement
If you're in the dark about your holdings, get professional help
What to Say When You're Networking
Think of these conversations as the verbal equivalent of ballroom dancing
3 Innovative Ways to Age in Place
Boomers and their parents are finding new ways to live at home longer
The Bright Spots and Challenges of Growing Older
A candid talk with Paul Irving, author of The Upside of Aging
Bicycle Vacations: Boomers' Latest Travel Trend
Answers to seven common questions about cycling tours.
Finding Your Place in Your Child's Wedding Plans
5 tips to figure out your role and get peace of mind, too
Bringing Back the Band to Beat the Midlife Blues
When life gets you down, the nostalgia and friendships of youth can lift you up
6 Menopause Myths, Debunked
Separating fact from fiction about this life transition
This Summer's Movies for Grown-Ups
A guide to flicks with mature themes, venerable actors, and plots you can relate to.
What New College Grads Need to Know About Money
Guidance to navigate credit cards, renter's insurance, and bank accounts.
Busting the Myths About Work in Retirement
Merrill Lynch got a few surprises when it surveyed retirees.
Male Vs. Female Brains: What's the Difference?
The answer is key to what happens to each gender after a stroke
5 Reasons Job Applicants Don't Hear Back
What to do when it's radio silence from hiring managers and recruiters.
How I Finally Gave Up Junk Food
Under duress, the author abandoned Ring Dings for stir-fry.
8 Money and Work Tips for My College-Grad Niece
Helpful advice for you and the rest of the Class of 2014.
3 Ways to Love Your Gut
A microbiologist gives the scoop on feeding the microbes that make us healthy.
Next Avenue Readers: Your Health Poll Results Say...
You're taking pretty good care, but can take some steps to improve
What Should You Weigh?
Figuring out what the scale should say, not what you want it to, is worth the trouble.
How Warren Buffett Made Me Smarter About Charity
Tips from a Giving With Purpose MOOC he helped teach.
Future Cities With Walking Paths and Wi-Fi, Please
A new poll shows millennials and boomers want the same things where they'll live.
Stretches and Exercises for Tired, Achy Legs
4 ways to ease leg and knee pain caused by overdoing it.
A Privacy Expert's 3 Tips to Protect Yourself Online
The Dragnet Nation
author says it's about more than passwords.
What's Your Plan If You Live to 100?
A survey of centenarians and boomers shows a path for positive aging.
How to Tap Home Equity Without Owing Interest
The catch: you may need to give up some money when you sell.
Ways to Get More Purpose From Your Work
The Purpose Economy
author says: know your Who, How and Why.
How to Retire All Over the World
The Home Sweet Anywhere
author and her husband do that and say you can, too.
Internships Aren't Just For College Kids
How to find a midlife internship to switch fields and make it work.
How Apple Cake Saved Her From Foreclosure
The inspiring 'Apple Mortgage Cake' TV film premieres this weekend.