Seit Tagen wird immer wieder ein Artikel der New York Times in meinem Newsfeed auf facebook angezeigt: 7 Ways to Age well in 2019!
Diese personalisierte Werbung liegt wohl doch nicht so verkehrt, denn diesen Fund würde ich gerne mit Ihnen teilen. Auch gut, um das eigene Englisch aufzufrischen 🇬🇧
Die NYT stellt verschiedene Artikel aus der Vergangenheit vor, in denen es ums Altern geht.
Hier eine Top 3:
By Gretchen Reynolds
For lifelong heart health, start exercising early in life and keep exercising often — ideally, at least four times a week, according to a remarkable series of recent studies involving hundreds of people and their hearts.
By Robert W. Goldfarb
Some of my healthiest friends carry themselves as victims abused by time. They see life as a parade of disappointments: aches and ailments, confusing technology, children who don’t visit, hurried doctors.
Other friends, many whose aching knees and hips are the least of their physical problems, find comfort in their ability to accept old age as just another stage of life to deal with.
By Steven Petrow
As with beauty, the meaning of “old” also depends on the person you ask. Millennials, now in their 20s and 30s, say that old starts at 59, according to a 2017 study by U.S. Trust. Gen Xers, now in their 40s — and no doubt with a new appreciation for just how close they are to entering their 50s — say 65 is the onset of old. Boomers and the Greatest Generation pegged 73 as the beginning of old. Clearly, much depends on the perspective of who’s being asking to define “old.”
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