Monday, March 10, 2014
1986: SENIOR CITIZENS: KEEP THAT GRAY MATTER ALIVE!
One of the numerous nemeses that confront senior citizenship and the aging process is senility, loss of memory, and Alzheimers disease. It has been my impression over the past ten years or so to note that many of my contemporaries have thus far avoided those dreaded "old age" maladies. For me personally, I believe that keeping active with reading, writing, and other mental gymnastics that keep the brain focused goes a long way to postpone the inevitable. Such is the case with the 22 year old article I wrote in a column from that year. So for the relative few senior citizens who are on the computer, see how many of the things referred to in the article you can recall.