As many are aware, “middle age” doesn’t mean what it used to.
There was a time not long ago when middle age meant reaching 40 or 50 years of age and feeling that the best years of life had already come and gone. But attitudes have changed. People are taking more precautions to live longer, healthier lives and remaining active well into their later years. In fact, for a growing number of people, reaching their 90th birthday is a reasonable expectation. In short, 60 is the new 40! So, what does this mean for the middle-aged and sex in midlife? Read more . . .