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http://issuu.com/roc55/docs/roc55-24/28 - Article from the magazine 55+. Our coach, Audrey Berger, Ph.D. is interviewed on the topic of the increasing rate of divorce among baby boomers.
http://www.connection-compass.com/about-us.html - For those who live in western NY, Connection Compass is a great resource for learning strategies and exercises that can help to facilitate lifelong brain fitness.
http://www.drweil.com/drw/ecs/headtotoe/head_to_toe_print.html - Integrative medicine physician Andrew Weil's "Head-to-Toe Wellness Guide,"which describes lifestyle, nutrition and supplements that can help contribute to wellness in different areas of the body.
http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/07/20/rethinking-exercise-as-a-source-of-immediate-reward/?emc=edit_tnt_20150720&nlid=54969712&tntemail0=y&_r=3- Article from the NY Times Blog that describes and summarizes some of the research and recommendations by Dr. Michelle Segar, who has developed a novel approach for integrating a regular exercise routine into your life.
http://www.cacareerzone.org/ -Excellent resource for people who are interested in pursuing an encore career, but who aren't sure what career options to consider.
https://www.tuck.com/sleep-aging/ - Excellent source of information about the sleep issues that affect older adults.
https://www.macrolifecoaching.com/the-magazine- Excellent resource on health and wellness issues.
Audrey Berger, PhD - Life Coach
This video begins as a light, seemingly superficial presentation, and gradually shifts into a powerful discussion of her personal challenges, resilience, and things that contribute to healthy aging and longer life.
Interview with Nancy Collamer, author of the book "Second Act Careers: 50 Ways to Profit from Your Passions in Semi-Retirement.”
Interesting video by Howard Friedman and Leslie Martin, authors of "The Longevity Project." The book discusses the results of a longitudinal study that followed 1500 children over the course of their life, beginning in 1921 and continuing today with those who are still alive. The authors draw some provocative and surprising conclusions.
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