As we age, especially once we pass the 50-year milestone, how do our food choices affect our energy, ability to avoid injury and illness, and overall quality of life?

On its 12-acre campus, The Gatesworth retirement community offers a wide array of options for its residents who wish to be active. 

Drs. Fred and Anita Chu have graced the pages of newspapers from the Post-Dispatch to the society pages of The New York Times.

Affluent Missourians are retiring early to spend their golden years focusing on the things they love, according to a recent BMO Private Bank Study.

For many, summer is about relaxation. But as you'll see, many local seniors are finding themselves on the go.

At Mari de Villa, guests experience the best of both worlds: all levels of care, from independent living to skilled nursing and memory care, along with the 24-hour amenities of the 20-plus acre Town and Country campus. 

Many happy beings, whether they’re two-legged or four-legged, call The Gatesworth home.

The relationship between client and financial adviser is a unique one. As a client, you’ve allowed someone to help you with something that’s usually a private matter: money and investments.

Spring has finally arrived, and at Mari de Villa, things are really heating up, says Fred Wiesehan, CEO and president of the luxury retirement community. “Anyone who thinks retirement living is sedentary is sadly mistaken here; there’s always something going on,” he says.

Spring is in bloom at The Gatesworth, much to the delight of its residents. “Our balcony overlooks a weeping willow, which extends over the pond. You can’t imagine a more beautiful place,” says resident Barbara Shifrin, who has been at The Gatesworth for more than a year, along with her husb…