Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn is a Nobel Prize-winning scientist who offers startling proof that how we think about about aging affects the way we age. She explains her revolutionary work and shares her prescription for healthy longevity.
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.
Is your house holding you back from what you really want to be doing? Paul Henderson, a real estate agent who specializes in the needs of seniors, offers advice for living a life of freedom, not one tied to endless chores and repairs.
At Growing Bolder, we’re dedicated to Rebranding Aging™, which is why we had to talk to the journalist, author and activist who is confronting the many forms of ageism in our society. See why Ashton Applewhite is imploring us all, regardless of our current age, to wake up to the ageism that not only surrounds us but is inside each of us.
Renowned gerontologist Bill Thomas, M.D., is on a mission to change the way society views aging. Listen to his quick pep talk and get his three quick tips to change your attitudes on aging forever.
Look at aging through the eyes of an award-winning architect who says being old is one of life’s greatest blessings and something we should joyously being preparing for in our 40s.
Photographer, blogger, author and now filmmaker Ari Seth Cohen has created a global movement celebrating the ageless spirit of fashion and creativity.
Former U.S. Surgeon General Richard Carmona, M.D., discusses the simple and achievable lifestyle changes you can start making immediately to add years to your life.
One of the leading voices in the exploding aging care industry shares the lessons she’s learned from working with caregivers for years and offers tips for those struggling to care for their aging parents.
Who are the Rock Stars of Aging? They’re living proof of what’s possible in life. This week, we were all treated to two high-profile examples of their zest for life in action. See how the 106-year-old who danced her way through the White House and the 90-year-old Dick Van Dyke are inspiring us.