Are you ready for a healthier new year? The AARP newsletter launches the ultimate resolution checklist this includes 99 lifestyle changes, research-driven ideas and tips that help people aged 50 and over reduce the risk of illness, boost the brain, and feel healthier and happier. This collection of tips provides a holistic approach to total health – in easy-to-follow steps. “Data-reactid =” 12 “> WASHINGTON, January 3, 2019 / PRNewswire / – Are you ready for a healthier new year? The AARP newsletter launches the ultimate resolution checklist this includes 99 lifestyle changes, research-driven ideas and tips that help people aged 50 and over reduce the risk of illness, boost the brain, and feel healthier and happier. This collection of tips offers a holistic approach to total health – in simple steps.

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  • My late awakening: Journalist and filmmaker Peter Gerstenzang has been struggling with mental health issues throughout his adult life – until he is finally diagnosed correctly with bipolar disorder at age 61. Suddenly, his world flourishes. In this extraordinary report, he shares his story and that of other people about bipolar end-of-life diagnoses and questions the following question: why did it take so many doctors and so many people? Years to realize it?
  • Pajama Jobs !: These five people found rewarding and well-paying jobs that allowed them to work at home. In fact, home jobs are a goal for many older Americans, but fraud, fear and lack of know-how prevent many of them from realizing their dream. Kerry Hannon, AARP Employment Expert, tells stories of success. offers advice on how to get a dream job at home; but also shows how to spot a false working field.
  • 5 things to know about annuities: An annuity can provide a guaranteed income for life, but is it the right choice for you? The AARP newsletter explores the pros and cons of buying an annuity, as well as options with varying risks.
  • Joe Namath, 50 years later : On the anniversary of his epic performance at the Super Bowl III, one of the most popular sports heroes in the United States brings to life the game that makes him a legend. “Broadway Joe” talks about the moment and the game, and reveals what keeps him alive after all these years.
  • How to better help grandchildren: Jackie and Mike Bezos, parents of the founder of Amazon, Jeff Bezos, have a mission to support the early development of children’s brains. They talk with AARP Bulletin about their efforts and the ease with which grandparents have a much bigger positive impact on their grandchildren.
  • How do you give information to fraudsters: How do criminals know so much about you? Most Americans do not realize the many ways in which they share private information. Here’s how you can control this.
  • Out of the cocoon: The author of the film and books Cocoon was 41 when he conceived this much revered story; now at age 81, he shares what he’s been doing wrong and wrong about aging and what has changed for older Americans.
  • How a new convention can make a difference : Jo Ann Jenkins, CEO of AARP, welcomes the newly elected legislators to Washington and details the many opportunities that it offers to make America better for older Americans –  They can simply look beyond partisan alignments.