Susan Silver was a trailblazer when she began her writing career in 1971 at “The Mary Tyler Moore Show.” A female comedy writer in an industry overwhelmingly dominated by men, she is looking back on her fascinating and at times frustrating career in her new book, “Hot Pants in Hollywood.”
Ed Whitlock didn’t just break running world records — he forever rewrote the history books. After taking up running again in his 40s, he went on to set new records in his 70s and 80s. In one of his final interviews, Ed talks to Growing Bolder about his passion for running and why he continued to do it against medical advice.
When you or a loved one is sick, chances are the very first thing you do is type in your symptoms online to get some advice. But could this habit make you sicker? A medical school librarian explains how to become a better informed online health sleuth.
More and more physicians and health experts are focusing on issues specific to women. Women’s health expert Dr. Aileen Caceres of the UCF College of Medicine explains which annual check-ups and tests every woman should undergo and shares exciting details on the emerging field of minimally invasive procedures.
Charlotte Stewart, who played the beloved and wholesome teacher Miss Beadle on the Little House series, rips the petticoats off her “good girl” image and reveals that in her real life, things weren’t so G-rated. From road trips with Jim Morrison to partying with Bill Murray, she’s dishing the dirt and explaining how it’s never too late for any of us to start over again.
Melissa Etheridge is one of America’s most talented and original performers and someone who’s made it her mission in life to keep taking risks. We catch up with this legend to find out how her cancer diagnosis changed her life and inspired her to keep taking exciting new risks, like her new album inspired by the very roots of rock and roll.
Meet the man who has just set a new world record in powerlifting, at the age of 73! Not only is Ray Fougnier inspiring people of a certain age, this proud member of the Oneida Indian Nation is inspiring his fellow Native Americans.
You know and love his mega-hits from the 1970s and ’80s, but all of the sudden, Kenny Loggins fans are younger. A lot younger. Find out why he’s suddenly a favorite for many children and why it’s the perfect gift for parents and grandparents — good children’s music YOU want to listen to, too!
Have you or a loved one visited with a gerontologist yet? You may want to consider scheduling an appointment. Sooner rather than later. A physician from the University of Central Florida College of Medicine explains why.
The human genome has been fully mapped and the live-saving benefits are now ushering in the age of personalized medicine and changing the way we fight the disease. Dr. Jane Gibson of the UCF College of Medicine explains how this may affect your future care.