The shin splints from my forties ball-playing years resulted in my limping for weeks.
But, those who speak of living to 100 know not whereof they speak.
We must take better care of us, the media warns, since there won't be many to provide care. But I disagree.
I know many who run or exercise and lifts weights, as I do.
Those of us with injuries have them taken care of properly. Physiotherapy is available, for those with plans, but a little attention, following doctor's orders, goes a long way.
Culture changes, attitudes change, some of us get little respect.
Apparently, Aging isn't an option -- being prepared is;
Good health is considered to be the 'best outcome' for retirement by Canadians about to turn 65
'This is the year when the first wave of Canada's "boomer" generation turns 65, and chances are that retirement is one of the main things on their minds -but it's also something "pre-retirees" should be thinking about too.
Don't they see seniors running marathons? We are participating. I know vets, former WW II paratroopers, delivering Meals on Wheels to those too ill to shop or cook.
We know so much more about physiotherapy, too!
Even bug bites are worse than ever!
Dratted blackfly bites...