There is something happening across the world that is changing aging — the amazing growth of interest and participation in senior or masters sports. Kyle Case is the CEO of the Huntsman World Senior Games, an event that draws nearly 12,000 athletes to its annual competition. He explains why master sports are booming and shares tips for getting involved yourself.
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.
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.
After centuries of human history, we’re still contending with racism, sexism, terrorism, wars, famine and murders. Shouldn’t we, as a society, be past these things? It’s enough to make you wonder: are we getting better or worse? Harvard professor Steven Pinker, who’s been named one of the world’s most influential thinkers, has some thoughts on where we are and where we’re heading.
Throughout her entire career, Carol Burnett has been a pioneer and inspiration. Now 85, she’s touring the country and playing to sell-out crowds. Before Burnett, no one thought a woman could carry a comedy show. She changed their minds, and these days, she’s proving comedy also has no age limits.
Regina King is blossoming into the mega-star many always predicted this huge talent would become. Fresh off her big win at the Golden Globes, King talks to Growing Bolder Radio about her pledge to challenge gender inequality in Hollywood and her powerful new film, “If Beale Street Could Talk.”
Entertainment icon Carl Reiner is closing in on 97 years old and more productive than ever. In celebration of two newly colorized episodes of “The Dick Van Dyke Show” — conceived and written by Reiner — we spoke with Reiner about the show considered by many to be one of greatest situation comedies of all time.
A tragic missed opportunity with his father inspired a photographer to finally put his long-simmering idea into action. Jim Hobart explains how the Legacy Life Project is bringing precious family memories to life, a priceless gift for generations to come.
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.
Throughout his 40-year show business career, Tony Danza has done it all. Now, at 67, he’s gearing up for exciting new projects and sharing his advice for Growing Bolder in your own life.