Dry eyes have been my “beauty bane” since I turned 50 some ... Cough! Cough! ... years ago.
Walking. Indoor cycling. Yoga. Older Americans continue gravitating to these activities as a favorite way to burn calories, but now there’s a new kid in the town gym: It’s called high-intensity interval training, and it seems destined to become a HIIT.
For boomers, the approach of the holidays can feel like one more slab of bread has just been layered atop the sandwich generation, turning jingle bells into jangled nerves.
’Tis almost the season — of overreach, that is, when your already busy life gets even busier.
To achieve an ageless look, here are five basic items every age-40-plus fashionista should keep in her closet all year long: white T-shirts, dar k straight-leg jeans, a classic navy blazer, a wrap dress and a go-to LBD (little black dress).
By now we're all familiar with the golden rules for keeping our skin from aging prematurely: Use sunscreen (at least 30 SPF), exfoliate, moisturize, use a retinol product, get enough sleep, eat well and don't drink too much alcohol.
I grew up in Brooklyn at a time when there were many sets of parental eyes watching over us. Riding bikes, playing stoopball or jumping rope on the sidewalk, we knew, without having to think about it, that we were safe.
It seems the older I get the more difficult it is to get certain body parts back in shape. This is especially true of my arms.
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