April is National Cancer Control Month in the United States, and health organizations across the country are making efforts to educate millions of people about the most effective ways they can help prevent the spread of this dangerous disease.
And although Cancer, in all its forms, impacts millions of people every year – about 1.6 million Americans are diagnosed every year, according to the American Cancer Society – the illness does discriminate against older people.
Congratulations! After decades of hard work, a long career and efforts spent saving money, retirement has finally arrived. You have all the time in the world to see friends and family, and spend time on hobbies, volunteering, or worldwide travel.
But although you may be happy in retirement, ageism exists, and misconceptions about seniors and retirees exist. To help make a mark, a recent article from USNews.com shares five ways seniors can make a positive impact on their environment:
Super Bowl is coming up this weekend, on Sunday, February 3 in New Orleans, Louisiana. In addition to the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers squaring off, one of the highlights of the game will be the commercials, priced at around $4 million for a 30-second spot.
Even before the first kickoff, one commercial is already making rounds on the Internet, according to a recent article on AdWeek.com.