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Here's the story of how Carolyn went to Costa Rica for both dental implants and a facelift and came back with a new look and outlook. All for far less than US prices.
Instead of a nightmare with knives in my eyes, cataract surgery is the most painlessly effective medical procedure this side of childhood inoculations. Best of all, it scares the grandkids!
For more than 50 percent of men over 60 and as many as 90 percent of men over 70, that is the question. A real-life story mine about roto-rooting an “grossly enlarged“ prostate and living to tell about it.
Twelve days after Carolyn's 65th birthday, she was getting a new, younger face sculpted in a Costa Rican hospital. For about a fifth the US cost, she had a US-trained, board certified doctor, the best hospital she'd ever seen, and recuperation under a volcano in the rain forest.
My colonoscopy and endoscopy procedures were broken down into three stages: Bathroom; Biopsy; and Babbling. Read detailed do's and don'ts about these lifesaving tests that push your humility, dignity, and humor to their limits. Bottoms up!
How to Add 5 Years to Your Life
Straight from the wise pages of Esquire. What you can do for your heart, your skin, your knees, your mouth, your eyes, and your brain to add five years to your life. It's so e-a-s-y.
Another in Suddenly Senior‘s series “The Real Truth About Getting Old,” Kaiser takes you to his urologist, then his ophthalmologist where you’ll learn more than you ever wanted to know.
HEY CHROME-DOME! Here’s everything you‘ve wanted to know about wigs and toupees, but were afraid to ask. Step aside, Fabio. Big, bad and sexy BaldMan is here!
Blame it on the flu vaccine shortage. Senior men are getting loopier every day. AARP says the cause is male menopause. Frank thinks it's the gazillion political ads we've been forced to endure.
For years, I've resisted the temptation to sneak off to nap for a half hour or so. Not wanting to appear senior before my time, I put napping up there with drinking before noon and wearing white in winter. It wasn't worth the guilt.
Here's everything you ever wanted to know about senior moments and their cause, and surefire advice on what to do about them.
Strategies for handling senior moments without dying of embarrassment.
Meet my neighbor, Mary. She's 91, and proves life can be most beautiful at its sunset. I want to be just like Mary when I grow up. Read why.
I've given up all my bad habits, and what's my reward for now leading a dull life? A shrinking bladder and a prostate bigger than a 20-year-old's ego. I'd say more, but I have to go.
We know your little secret. Aren't you a bit long in the tooth to be chatting with an imaginary friend? Isn't talking to yourself a sign of insanity? Before the white-coat boys with nets start heading your way, read this.
I just learned I’d live to age 88. But do I really want to? And what must I give up to end up looking like Yoda? Learn the dilemma of old age, and while you’re at it, how old you’ll be when you croak.
Was it our first "senior moment." Our first gray hair? The first time our spouse whispered, "Dear, you already said that?" Revelations from my college reunion last week.
Have you started shrinking yet? You will. Here's a strong case for requiring a course called "Aging Process 101" to be taken some time before we must learn by doing.
It's never too early to begin thinking about what you want people to read about you into perpetuity. Yet most of us give more thought to our choice of screensavers than our epitaph. Here are some tips and examples, good and bad, to help you choose how people will think of you 200 years down the road.
Will your obituary be your final whimper or your last hurrah? Write your own obit. Read how. Mine will begin, "Shot to death yesterday by a jealous husband, 101-year-old Frank Kaiser…"
Through molecular manipulations, doctors soon will be switching off so-called death genes, reversing aging by craftily messing with chromosome caps, and creating replacement organs on demand. Consider the downside of longevity.