Avoid Golf Injuries
Golf related injuries are common, especially among once a week golfers. For recreational golfers, the most common injuries involve the lower back, shoulders and forearms, and they involve repetitive motion.
According to the Mayo Clinic, stretching can help promote a more fluid swing and reduce injuries.
Money Can Buy Happiness
You won't find happiness at the mall in the form of a huge new TV or in the department store in the form of new clothes or a fancy coffee pot. They will not increase your overall happiness.
Spending money on experiences maximizes happiness, says Michael Norton, an associate professor at Harvard Business School and co-author of Happy Money: The Science of Smarter Spending.
For Older Eyes, E-readers Are Better
If your choice for recreational reading is the printed book, you might want to give an electric device a try.
A German study recently concluded that older adults find e-readers with backlighting, such as the iPad 2, the Kindle Fire, or the Nook HD, make reading more efficient and comfortable for the eyes
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