More good news about the benefits of volunteering:
Ever wonder how some people manage to stay healthy and happy even in old age? It’s no secret. Valerie Ulene, M.D., a weekly guest writer for the LA Times, says that putting in time to help others not only benefits the community but also the giver’s mental and physical health. Take Penny and Ted Landreth, who have been preparing dinner for the hungry for 20 years. The couple “both currently in their 60s, are not only in excellent physical health, they simply seem happy too.” Check out the article HERE.
via AARP Online Community: Create The Good – Volunteering Can Improve Your Health.