SN50 takes to the airwaves via Aging Info Radio on WIND-AM.
After serving the Chicagoland are for almost a quarter century, Senior News 50 and Better launches new publications for readers in northern Illinois.
Chicagoland Senior News 50 and Better was awarded in five categories in the North American Mature Publishers Association annual journalism competition.
Making the most of your grandchildren's holiday visit just takes a little planning and creativity.
Tell us about your interests and lifestyle so we can give you more of what you want!
Sandra Miggins of Hazel Crest was named this year's Senior Idol. According to Miggins, you're never too old to let your passion come to life.
Pick-your-own pumpkin farms offer you not only locally grown produce, but all the joys of the season.
More than 95 percent of the nation's pumpkin crop is grown right here in northern Illinois. Discover ways to make the most of this season's harvest.
Whether you want to learn for college credit, or to upgrade job skills, or to learn for the sheer joy of learning, the internet gives you that opportunity.
Memory aids help older learners as well as kids absorb details faster.
Discover why later life learning expert Nancy Merz Nordstrom endorses ongoing educational experiences as an essential element of positive aging.
Chicagoland's community colleges offer later life learning programs along with credit courses and degree programs for adults of all ages.
Get the best of both worlds with Senior News 50 and Better. It's in print and online!
Fill your day with activities that include these five elements to keep your brain in top shape.
No matter your age, it's never too late to learn. Not only is it possible, later life learning may improve brain plasticity, keeping us cognitively strong as long as we live.