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On The Survive and Thrive Boomer Guide, Rita R. Robison, consumer journalist, writes about the record number of federal baby boomer workers who are eligible for retirement by 2016. Government-wide, about 30 percent of federal employees will be eligible to retire by 2016. But at some agencies, such as the Department of Housing and Urban Development and Small Business Administration, at least 40 percent will become eligible. The General Accounting Office calls this a high-risk issue because more work is needed to address skills gaps.
Does the fact that every time you look in the mirror causes you to think you look older than yesterday bother you? Martin Rice at Fifty2Ninety noticed that and even took a lot of pictures of his newest wrinkles. He decided he just didn't give a hoot.
On Modern Senior, Amy continues her look at how nutrition and exercise affect brain health. The good news is that her article may have you reaching for the butter more often. Learn the Top Ways to Boost Brain Health and prevent dementia and other degenerative brain diseases.
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Tom Sightings invites you to take a look at his regular post Remember Her? -- to see if you can guess who he's featuring as the special Baby Boomer icon this month.
Laura Lee Carter, The Midlife Crisis Queen, is remembering one of her favorite artists this week, Pete Seeger--an exemplary human being.
At The Generation Above Me, Karen shares information she learned from a graduate course in speech, language and pathology about age-related changes to how we write.
Cognitive Changes: The Usual Suspects
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