Author Christopher Noxon says he is embracing his inner young person, and he’s found there are so many like him who want to “rejuvenile.”
95-year-old Olive Watson walks two miles a day, volunteers to feed the homeless and is more active now than most people ever are.
Susan Silver has written for some of TV’s biggest comedies, including “The Bob Newhart Show,” “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and “Maude.” Silver (who admits even she lies about her age) talks about living in New York City, and trying to meet men.
Dr. Sangeeta Pati combines the best of traditional and alternative medicines in her quest to promote healthy living.
All Deb Smith wanted to do was go to basketball camp, but no one would accept her because she was 51.
Skydiver Norman Olson’s nickname is the sky fossil. At age 75, he’s made over 400 jumps in the last two years and has no plans of slowing down.
It took her decades to get there, but one woman never gave up on her dreams of law school.
Do you remember what it was like to grow up in the 1960s? An author is exploring ways to capture that spirit and incorporate it into your mid-life experience.
At 77 years old, Paul Nadeau bicycled across 10 states for 66 days.
Do you ever wonder why the richest and largest age group is still being ignored by Hollywood? Carl Larsen thinks he knows why.