domingo, 20 de enero de 2019

Retiring? What about your health?


Harvard Medical School

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Retiring? What about your health?

When we get close to retirement age, we're all a little guilty of deluding ourselves into thinking how rosy it'll be. It's great to approach retirement in a positive state of mind. But it's also a good idea to consider your future health needs when deciding where you can live out your golden years.
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