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[EXCERPT] When you’re younger, health care and exercise often get squeezed in around working and raising a family. Retirees have the time and resources to make their health a centerpiece of their new schedules. Get into a regular routine with your doctors, even if you’re feeling well. And between annual check-ups, don’t ignore lingering discomfort or bumps and bruises that are taking too long to heal.

Remember: the best health care is preventative. In addition to seeing your doctors, you can also get in front of health problems by upgrading your diet, exercising regularly, and finding ways to stay active even when you’re spending a day at home. Tending your garden or walking to a neighbor’s house for tea will do your body more good than another afternoon on the couch. And at the end of the day, unplugging your devices will help you power down, recharge, and start tomorrow with the energy you need to make the most of your day.

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