This Summer's Heat Waves Are More Dangerous Than You Think

During a week-long heat wave in Chicago in July 1995, temperatures in that city reached as high as 106 with a heat index of 120. At least 739 people died - 651 of them 85 or older. Most were living along, without power or air conditioning.

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The Famous Museum That's Redefining Aging

The Museum of Modern Art has launched an extensive program encouraging people age 65 and older to experience art making, gallery conversations, and film viewings.

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Prepare for Surgery With Exercise and Diet

How to heal and feel better faster

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7 Exercises to Never Do After 50

Working out the same way in your 50s as you did in your 30s sets you up for a world of hurt.

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Getting Rid of Possessions: It's Harder Than You Think

Here's how to prepare yourself for it.

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