The human genome has been fully mapped and the live-saving benefits are now ushering in the age of personalized medicine and changing the way we fight the disease. Dr. Jane Gibson of the UCF College of Medicine explains how this may affect your future care.
Legendary singer Aaron Neville’s voice is timeless, not ageless. Each tune is tinged with the sounds of wisdom, experience and lessons learned. At the age of 75, he’s just released a new album, and for the first time, he’s wrote the songs he’s singing. He explains why he wanted to take this step at this point in his career and what his wife had to do with it.
Connie Curry laced up her first pair of skates at the age of 60, only to become a championship figure skater by the age of 77. She explains how it’s just the latest thing she’s learned to do throughout her life, including not learning how to read until she was in college due to a serious health challenge. She’ll inspire you to keep growing!
Author Marianne Williamson offers hope for the millions of people who are suffering emotionally or fighting back against overwhelming sadness.
A TV writer and radio personality who has written for some of the best shows in television history is writing a prescription for us all for getting over illness with humor.
Dana Falsetti is a plus-sized yogi, magazine cover girl and social media star who is inspiring men and women to take up yoga. She explains how it can save you from your darkest demons and find peace in your life.
Three decades after leaving the Marine Corps, Terry McGowan came out of retirement to serve in Iraq and Afghanistan — in his 50s. He breaks the silence of war in his fascinating new book and shares what it’s really like for our men and women serving on the frontlines.
He had a hit single at the age of 9 and now Jimmy Osmond, the youngest member of the world-renowned Osmond family, is celebrating his 50th anniversary in show business with a tribute to his mentor Andy Williams.
Larry Weissman spent the ’60s staging huge concerts in San Francisco. Now he’s in his 60s, and this time, he’s making the music as one of NY’s hottest dance music DJs. He explains how music has the power to bring the generations together and explains why he had no interest in a traditional retirement.
Bob Wheeler believes the aches and pains we all experience as we age should not be excuses to not do big things. In his case, that big thing is mountain-climbing, most notably climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro — at the age of 85!