Vitality: Stories for your next 50 years

  • Herald staff
  • Wednesday, February 20, 2013 10:11pm
  • Life

Just because you’re getting older, that doesn’t mean you need to slow down. In fact, you can even speed up. Mariano Ortiz certainly does while he plays his fiercely competitive table tennis on the national stage. An Edmonds nurse and theater owner explains how she makes time for what she loves. And a program in Edmonds helps seniors achieve the best possible health in mind, body and spirit. Check out these and other stories in this issue of Vitality magazine.

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