Ten Tips for Eating Well this Winter

These are the days of less light and cold temperatures. With those come holiday celebrations but also illness, less energy, and seasonal blues. You want to stay healthy without overindulging. We offer tips to get the nutrients you need, so you can stay well this...

Racing Into the Sunset

Who are those folks running around Wellesley High School’s track every Tuesday evening in the summer and Babson College’s gym in the winter? They’re too old to be students. A number are in their 60s, 70s, and even 80s. But don’t say that to them. “We don’t act our...

Ten Tips for Keeping Your Mind Sharp

Have you gone into a room and forgotten why? Or haven’t been able to recall a name or word, or where you left something? While memory lapses are normal at any age, our brain, which is involved in all that we do, changes as we get older — and needs to be cared for. The...

Like Swans Gliding on Glass

Rowing is an ancient sport and one of the oldest Olympic sports (men only until 1976). Team members, or crews, range in number from one to nine, depending on the boat and class. Crew size is one, two, four, or eight, plus the coxswain, who steers the boat and does not...

PlayRox! The Power of Play

Community Investors (CI), a nonprofit dedicated to raising awareness and supporting youth wellness through organic remedies, was founded by a team of local parents concerned with youth challenges in 2014. PlayRox, CI’s student-led, musically powered, fun-focused,...

Intergenerational Living

Is renovating your home to welcome extended family the right choice? People are living longer than ever before — an average of 30 years longer than a century ago, according to the Stanford Center on Longevity. Not surprisingly, the U.S. Department of Health and Human...