Tag Archives: senior

‘The spirit is undaunted’: Portraits showcase strength of senior athletes

“I said, OK, well my life is over, there’s nothing to do,” Meares said. But then her doctor said she could try walking a 23-minute mile — no faster, or she would risk injury. “It was so boring, so I started walking faster and faster,” Meares said. Four total knee replacement surgeries later, Meares brought… Read More »

The Benefits of Sex as a Senior

As people age, their joints may become stiffer, they might walk a little more slowly, and certain faculties like eyesight and hearing may not be as sharp as they once were. But that doesn’t mean senior citizens are not capable of doing many of the things they’ve always enjoyed, and one of those things is… Read More »

VA senior adviser forced to resign after months of getting paid to do no work

A senior adviser and former acting secretary at the Department of Veterans Affairs, Peter O’Rourke, has resigned under pressure after White House officials were informed he was getting paid to do little to no work, according to the The Washington Post. Four sources told the Post that before leaving the job on Friday, O’Rourke rarely… Read More »