“Are there certain styles of jeans a woman over 45+ shouldn’t wear? I have an hourglass figure. What should I look for?”
With the onset of September and 300-page fashion magazines on every newsstand screaming “It’s Fall…It’s Fall,” you would have to be living under a massive rock not to know that the year’s biggest season is finally here.
Apparently, a new type of broccoli helps up your metabolism and fight aging.
A new study found that folks with a slightly higher BMI than normal had lower mortality rates than those with a ‘healthy’ BMI.
Thus explaining why the French live so much longer.
Is there truly a place in the world of style for women of a certain age? Furthermore, if this place does exist, how do you beat the style clock constantly ticking over your head?
Doctors are on the front lines of medical cost containment. So the recent finding that younger, less experienced doctors “cost” us more money than older, more experienced ones may offer some clues to what it takes to cut medical expenses.
There has been this long standing ideology that style has an age limit. That somehow when women reach “a certain age” it’s OK to begin giving up, because after all, “if the twenty-somethings are modeling the clothes they couldn’t possibly be speaking to me.”
A good night’s sleep alone won’t alleviate those shadows.