Good health is vital to a happy and successful retirement. It affects your quality of life as well as the bottom line of your bank account. So, beyond doing all the “right things” like eating well and exercising regularly, what can you do to maintain your health and prolong the “go-go” phase of retirement? Join forces with your primary care physician and get the appropriate health screenings for a person your age. Here are the lists for recommended screenings for men over 65 and for women. Even if you’re feeling peachy keen, get screened! Remember what we always say here at Fit-to-Retire: The greatest wealth is good health.
Published January 5, 2015 by Cathy Hamilton