Active Senior Living
Starve Rock State Park beat out the Museum of Science and Industry, Brookfield Zoo, and Galena's Main Street, receiving 63 percent of the vote in the Illinois Office of Tourism's Illinois Fan Favorite Attraction competition.
Fresher produce, lower prices and a boost to the local economy are just a few of the benefits you'll reap at your local farmers market.
Abuse takes many forms. If you or someone you know is facing abuse, there is help.
Don't let pleasant weather lull you into a false sense of security when you're on the road. Learn how to stay safe with these tips from AARP's Driver Safety Program.
Driver Safety Program classes offered through AARP let older drivers brush up on safe driving practices and may qualify you for an insurance discount.
Chicago South Sider Ed Christian recently moved to Heritage Woods of South Elgin to be closer to his daughter, Madeline.
Few people can claim the title of centenarian, including this resident of Willow Falls in Crest Hill.
Sedentary individuals suffer deterioration similar to astronauts with Gravity Deprivation Syndrome, according to a NASA researcher.
It's the neighborhood that sets Four Seasons Dream Homes apart. Residents call it a modern-day Mayberry.
Starved Rock State Park and the surround river area have been a gathering place for migrating eagles for many years. Adult eagles begin to arrive mid-month, with more expected in December and January.
A home is just a place until you fill it with signs of a life well lived.
Pathway Senior Living residents get all the benefits of pet ownership through the new community-wide 'See Spot Retire' program.
Thousands of Chicago area seniors and their families attended the Senior Lifestyle Expo.
Anyone can model the beliefs, attitudes and behaviors of people who are the healthiest and happiest in retirement.
Alden's first Annual Therapy Reunion brings rehab graduates together for a celebration in Des Plaines.