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January 02, 2010

Don't Retire, Rewire
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When your career comes to an end, what will you do? Why not try a new career that will fuel your passion, earn you cash and fulfill your dreams? It can be done, and an expert will tell you how. Then 90 million Americans are battling serious illness what can the healthy learn from the chronically ill? And if you have a heart attack, are you better off being at a hospital, or a casino? The answer will surprise you!
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Alternatives to Traditional Retirement
Jeri Sedlar, co-author of Dont Retire, Rewire, talked about the latest trend for those reaching age 65: a career change rather than complete retirement. She talked about the reasons that seniors are continuing to work, and explained the ways to blend a relaxed work schedule with a more leisurely lifestyle.
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Learning from Chronic Illness
Ninety million Americans battle chronic illness every day. Richard M. Cohen, Emmy Award-winning journalist, and author of Strong at the Broken Places talks about his life with multiple sclerosis and shared the stories of others dealing with other debilitating diseases. He also explains what able-bodied people can do to help the disabled.
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A Code Blue for Hospitals
Dr. Paul Chan, a cardiologist at Saint Luke's Mid-America Heart Institute in Kansas City, MO outlines his study that found that people who suffer cardiac arrest are more likely to survive if they are in a casino or airport than if they are in a hospital. He explained the reasons why hospitals often fail to defibrillate victims fast enough and what can be done to improve response rates.
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