If you couldn’t find an assisted living center good enough for your mother, would you build one? Larry Pino did. How is it different than traditional centers? What did he learn during the process. He explains.
Can you have the wisdom of experience and the biology of youth at the same time? Deepak Chopra says, YES!
Are you an “adult-onset exerciser”? One of the keys to active longevity is movement — getting and staying fit. What your mind believes, your body can achieve, and Dr. Vonda Wright is busting myths about aging and activity.
The role of your physician is changing. No longer are they merely in charge of treating illnesses; these days, more and more physicians are acting as catalysts to help their patients prevent diseases and in some cases, reverse diseases already in progress. Dr. Sharon Wasserstrom of the UCF College of Medicine, explains how lifestyle medicine is changing the way doctors and patients interact.
Did you know COPD, chronic pulmonary disease, is now the third leading cause of death in the United States? Marcia Katz, M.D. is a nationally recognized expert on lung diseases and she discusses the alarming rise of COPD and offers tips for avoiding it.
Kay Van Norman took on the senior living industry to try and make a better life for those they serve. Find out what changes she thinks are necessary to help us all age better.
Dr. Daniel Amen is one of the world’s leading experts on brain health. He talks with Growing Bolder to offer practical tips and ways to improve your brain and thereby your entire body. Start feeling better today with his simple steps.
Don’t believe everything you read or hear about the rapid and inevitable physical and mental decline of aging. Vonda Wright, M.D., a renowned orthopedic surgeon and authority on active aging and sports medicine explains why you should never stop work toward your physical goals and improving your health.
The oldest African-American incorporated town in America just achieved a brand-new designation. The town of Eatonville, Florida, was awarded the Culture of Health Prize by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the nation’s largest philanthropy dedicated to improving health and wellness.
Margaret Trudeau, the former First Lady of Canada and a mental health care advocate, reminds us that mental illness is not something we can overcome on our own. She spoke with Growing Bolder about her mission to make a difference.