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Boomer Edition | 10th Annual | 2014

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Keeping Your Get-Up-And-Go A Little Medical Maintenance Can Add Oomph To Your Retirement Years by Debra Melani Harley riders have a saying: A bike on the road is worth two in the shed. Today, with most hog lovers seeing the other side of 50, the motto could fit just as well for the rider as it does for the ride. As baby boomers cruise through the later decades of life, their parts, like their motorcycles', can start wearing out. Joints, valves, glands and organs can all revolt, turning their power into a putter. But with a little high-tech medical maintenance, as the following four pages reveal, baby boomers can keep their born-to-be-wild side well into their golden years, whatever their hobby.

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