Charmaine Gilbreath had a dream. And nothing, not even age, was going to stop her. She retired at 63 and enrolled at The DAVE School to study digital animation and special effects with some of America’s top teachers and experts. From there, she found herself overcoming obstacles inside the classroom and out, but she never gave up on her goals.
Your past may be the key to your future health. A top researcher explains says the precision medicine revolution has not only arrived, it’s changing the very nature of health-care in this country. Find out how to help your doctors best help you.
See how two cancer survivors are raising hope and money, and supporting the work of people who are searching for better ways to beat the disease. It’s a story of Surviving & Thriving.
Step inside the surprising showroom at Just Toys Classic Cars, for a glimpse at what’s possible when a family’s passion becomes it’s career! But proceed with caution, you might find these cars too much to resist!
Can what you do for a living extend your life? Perhaps, but there is no question that it can help you live your life to the fullest. Meet three legendary musicians — all world-renowned, all still impressing audiences and all in their 70s and older — brought together on the same stage.
Nancy Hiller never felt like she fit in — not with her family, not in school and not as she began her career. Then, she decided to prove all of the doubters wrong and start Growing Bolder.
The Emmy-nominated Surviving & Thriving is back! In this episode, you’ll meet men and women who have overcome some of life’s most incredible challenges. Their examples will share a message that none of us can ever hear too much — hope is always attainable. No matter what you’re facing.
Despite grueling treatments, experimental drug protocols, surgeries and battles with four types of cancer, triathlete Tony Handler has never given up and continues to beat Mr. Cancer every time he crosses the finish line.
Growing Bolder is proud to be a part of a cutting edge health project dedicated to creating a unique facility which brings together wellness, fitness and medicine in one integrated center in the Orlando, Florida area.
Toto was one of the most successful bands of the 1980s and the voice of Bobby Kimball was one of the reasons why. Now 69, he explains how his passion for performing keeps him on the road more than 250 days a year and makes him feel better than he’s ever felt in his life.