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If you don't have a post-retirement strategy, you could be miserable, financial expert says.
Bekah Jerde “kind of thought life was over" until she found herself doing community service at Radio Talking Book Service. Today, "life is so much fuller than I would have ever imagined."
Retirement-age users of the social media platform have nearly doubled since 2011, Gallup study finds.
“We can pull the ‘age card’ all day long, but we’re going to feel younger and be more fit if we get out and do this stuff,” 62-year-old runner says.
How three families are making time for one another and loving every minute.
This year, more than 20 departments at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska are shopping, wrapping and delivering holiday gifts to needy families, seniors.
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Grants support programs that help people manage or prevent diabetes and monitor blood pressure.
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Grant helps with purchase of new bicycles, which means less maintenance needs to be done, saving time and resources.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska offers a guide for the coming annual election period.
“I either had to get busy living or get busy dying.” Today, he's managing his disease without insulin or medication.
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At 265 pounds today, Blue Cross and Blue Shield member no longer needs medication to control his diabetes.
For one couple, RV life is the only way to go. For another, grandkids rule.
Cornhusker State Games is a family affair. “Our house is a wrestling house,” the champ says. “I’m surprised we don’t have holes in the walls.”
What will you do in the third act of your life? Will you retire and take it easy, travel — or will you keep working? These days, baby boomers are redefining what retirement means. It isn’t about taking it easy anymore. Boomers are telling Gallup pollsters 60 is the new 40.
“I learn so much from the kids, and they learn so much from me.” Including a few hip-hop moves.