Sitting is the new smoking. And are you having enough sex? Forget the expensive products and miracle cures. Researcher and author Judith Gaman explains the many FREE things you can do every day to live a healthier life for the rest of your life.
At the age of 110 she was still mentally sharp and anxious to share what she believed to be the secret of longevity! How did Ruth Leiber managed to stay healthy and vibrant?
At 104 years old, Elsa Hoffman was living proof that attitude is one of the greatest predictors of longevity. She shared what she thought were the most important keys to longevity and her tips for living a long, vibrant life.
Now more than ever, it seems living to 100 and beyond isn’t something for just the lucky few. In fact, there are things you could do today to not only live that long but to be healthy that long. A filmmaker investigates the secrets of centenarians.
For 63 years, Dr. Ephraim Engleman has held the same job. Now 100, he still sees patients three days a week and has no plans on cutting back. He shares his unorthodox secrets of longevity.
Five years ago, at the age of 100, Laura Simon became a first-time author when she penned her autobiography “I Am Still Here.” Now 105, she’s on a mission to rally the elderly in this country to stay active and engaged.
Susan Polis Schutz is a best-selling author, poet, activist and the founder of the hugely successful greeting card company Blue Mountain cards. And with her new film “Over 90 and Loving It,” she’s helping to change the way the world sees aging.
She’s not really an athlete. She’s a retired biologist who loves adventure. That’s why 96-year-old Mary Anne Cooper traveled from British Columbia to Arizona to compete in the U.S. Masters Swimming National Championships.
Up until his death at 103 years old, legendary ukulele player Bill Tapia, aka the Duke of Uke, was the oldest working musician. Just months before his death, he revealed stories from some of his more famous friends.
What if everything we thought we knew about aging is wrong? Dr. Leslie Martin is using an eight-decades long study to debunk a lot of the commonly held beliefs about the secrets of a long and healthy life. Her results are fascinating.