Strenuous, stressful work can wear people down and damage their health. In that case, RETIRING can relax and reinvigorate their lives. They finally have time to follow their passions and pursue activities that enrich their lives. But for others, the risks of retirement can involve bad health and even early death, says the Wall Street Journal. Although you might think that retiring would give a person more time to go to the gym, watch their diets, take longer walks, and work on their physical fitness, the opposite often occurs. Many retirees become sedentary and watch too much TV. They eat too much. They drink too much. They smoke too much. And, sometimes, they die too soon. Researchers find that without the purpose of fulfilling work, many retirees can feel adrift and become depressed. We'll review the Journal's statistics on retirement that may SHOCK you! Then health insurance expert Shelley Grandidge joins us for the Q & A. Don't miss it...MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!