Crooner Bobby Vinton sang many of the songs that we fell in love to.
Growing Bolder Radio Show
Is there a prescription for staying young in mind and body? Registered dietician Tracy Gensler says she’s developed a simple plan to do just that.
Two years after receiving a heart and kidney transplant, a 70-year-old man sets out to sail around the world to highlight the importance of organ donation. Hear his story.
Bill Hoag loves to sing. The 84-year-old is the baritone for the renowned barbershop quartet The Retreads.
A woman who didn’t even start swimming until her mid-60s is now lapping up the competition, earning four No. 1 rankings.
Duke University’s Erdman Palmore calls ageism the third great “ism” plaguing this country. Find out how he’s fighting for equal rights for seniors.
A Harvard-trained doctor believed there had to be a better way to care for our elderly. His simple idea has bloomed into the Eden Alternative.
Mack Branham says he’s just a man with a hobby. That hobby has netted him find national championships, four world championships and slew of records along the way.
Many from the first wave of Peace Corps volunteers in the 1960s are getting a second chance to make a difference thanks to Chris Klose, who helped found Peace Corps Encore.
We all know it’s not unusual anymore for adults to decide to go back to college, but at the age of 95? Nola Ochs has one semester left to become the oldest college graduate in history!