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Michael Mann. By: Brian Walski

Michael Mann Gets Better with Age

by Debra Melani

Michael Mann; Age: 58; Residence: Centennial, Colorado; Occupation: Owner of SwimLabs, where Mann and his staff help swimmers of any age or level improve their stroke by using underwater cameras and comparing client videos to those of expert swimmers’. He is also a masters swim coach at...

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Ed McCaffrey of the Denver BroncosPhoto: © Rich Clarkson & Associates, LLC

Ed McCaffrey, Keeping Pain Free & Fit

by Debra Melani

He was John Elway’s go-to guy. At 6-foot-5-inches, he was hard for his quarterback to miss. But Ed McCaffrey, a Bronco’s All Pro wide receiver during that winning era, was also known for his valiant catches. Even during a Monday-night, season-ending play in 2001, when he suffered a severe...

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Power lift after spine surgery

Spine Surgery: Coming Back as Strong as Ever

by Debra Melani

With a nickname of “Princess Powerhouse,” and a 5-foot-2-inch, 125-pound frame of solid muscle, Heena Patel can withstand a heavy load. But when a doctor told the star power-lifter she needed back surgery and explained what the procedure would entail, it was too much weight for even Patel to bear.

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HOW HEALTHY ARE YOUR BONES?

by Jan Sheehan

Most of us rarely think about our bones – until we break one. And once it heals, we usually return to a state of blissful ignorance. But ignoring your bones is the worst thing you can do if you want to lower your risk of osteoporosis and help ensure a fracture-free future. “Bone health is...

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Evade Boomeritis: Exercise, Exercise, Exercise

by Larry Keller

Snap, crackle, pop. It’s no longer just the sound of a breakfast cereal. Increasingly, it’s the rumble from baby boomers’ joints and ligaments tearing, and bones fracturing. Sedentary during the week, they play sports on weekends with the zeal of maniacal Olympic athletes. And, come Monday,...

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handling hot flashes

Handling Hot Flashes

by Jennifer L.W. Fink

Does your internal thermometer jump to “super, incredibly hot” out of nowhere? If so, you’re probably all too familiar with hot flashes – and maybe even a little frustrated.

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Weight Loss After 50

Weight Loss After 50

by Jennifer L.W. Fink

Struggling to lose a few pounds? Dropping weight in mid-life can be tough, but that doesn’t mean you need to accept the cushion forming around your waist. Tweaking your diet and exercise routine can help nudge the numbers on the scale back in the right direction.

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Sleep Apnea

Sleep Apnea Treatment Improves Quality of Life

by Jennifer L.W. Fink

Do you snore at night? Struggle to stay awake during the day? You could have sleep apnea, a serious sleep disorder that increases the risk of high blood pressure, stroke, congested heart failure and other heart conditions. It can also destroy your work performance, impair your relationships and...

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plastic surgery woman

FOREVER YOUNG: COSMETIC ENHANCEMENTS FOR BABY BOOMERS

by Jan Sheehan

The first wave of Baby Boomers turned 66 in 2012, and according to the AARP they’re reinventing what it means to grow older. In fact, Rod Stewart’s “Forever Young” might just be the Boomer’s theme song. A recent Pew Research study reported that Boomers, on average, feel 15 years younger...

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cosmetic surgery for men

More Men Having Plastic Surgery

by Larry Keller

Time was when any self-respecting man equated plastic surgery with being a fop, a dandy. Times have changed. Magazines like Men’s Health bulge with articles and ads advising guys on how to look, smell and feel better. And nowadays, hundreds of thousands of men get sliced, peeled and injected...

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