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agebuzz - June 6th, 2024 (Newsletter Re-send)

agebuzz newsletter: Included This Week: A Healthy Lifestyle Can Lower Genetic Risks 🥗 🛌 🚴

June 6, 2024 Newsletter Re-send/Email Correction:

The previous version of the agebuzz newsletter sent this morning contained an incorrect link to the “Radically Reframing Aging Longevity Guide” presented by Maria Shriver’s Sunday Paper.

If you would like to download the guide, please follow this secure link or scroll down to read more about it.

We apologize for the original incorrect link.

Updated Newsletter June 6, 2024

June 6th, 2024

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Agebuzz Asks: This Week’s Reader Poll: In response to the Reader Poll from May 23rd, asking what readers do for fun in their lives, the largest percentage of respondents said they get together with family, friends, or neighbors. Many of you listed the many other activities you engage in to have fun beyond get-togethers, including creative efforts like painting or crafting. And many revealed the pleasure they feel in just reading a great book. But the second highest number of respondents sadly admitted they don’t have much fun these days, citing financial constraints, physical health issues, or even caregiving responsibilities. While it’s clear that many agebuzz readers have many sources of fun and pleasure in their lives, for others there is neither the time nor the ability to engage in fun. Perhaps that’s a message to us all to think about the older adults in our lives who may welcome an invitation or visit or just a little time off to indulge themselves. Is there someone in your life who might benefit from your kindness and support this way?

Thank you all for continuing to generously share your experiences and feelings and for responding to the previous poll.

This Week’s agebuzz Reader Poll:

What’s On Your Bucket List?

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“It’s kind of poetic to know that I’m not going to be here forever. No one is. I walk through graveyards, and I read obits. I’m not morbid about it. I just acknowledge life passing and all of us being here for a little while, and it’s kind of beautiful that we’re all here, crossing paths at the same moment.”

Richard Linklater, renowned film director, writer, and producer, quoted from a recent interview in The New York Times.