Our later years are a time to return to some of the things that really matter in life. Find out how tapping into your creativity, something you may have been ignoring since you left childhood, can help make you healthier and happier.
While some people take the notion of aging very seriously, others point out the humor in it, including the very funny Annabelle Gurwitch. Now 53, she lampoons the indignity of aging, particularly for women.
Famed mountain-climber Werner Berger is embarking on a mission that few think is possible: summiting the “seven summits” in a 12-month period, at the age of 77. He shares his incredible plans.
In her mid-60s, Greta Pontarelli is one of the most dominating competitors in a serious and legitimate sport you’ve probably never heard of — pole dancing.
Few of us are truly prepared for the changes that take place as we age. In this Great Transitions interview, Paul Henderson talks about how experience can make all the difference.
Dave Barry is one of our most beloved humorists and he’s bringing that same wit to his dual life as the father of a teenager and now, a grandfather, too!
It happens to all of us as we age — gravity takes a toll on our muscles. You may think you’re smiling when everyone around you thinks you have a scowl!
Can you overcome the worst symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, just by staying active? See how one study is inspiring people to make changes and get Dr. Roger Landry’s tips for learning new things.
We all have stress — but how much is in your control? Dr. Roger Landry says it’s more than you might think! And you have two options: fix it or accept it.
The older we get, the more likely it is that we reach our goals. But if you stop trying new things, you may start losing your spark.