Marion Ross played the matriarch of the Cunningham family on the beloved TV show Happy Days. The show made her a superstar forever, yet it didn’t protect her from second guessing her career, her marriage and her purpose.
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Original Ghostbuster Ernie Hudson talks to Growing Bolder about the importance of keeping a positive attitude. See how he’s been able to keep his, even as he’s watched some of his acting contemporaries become huge international stars.
You first fell in love with Loretta Swit with her smoldering portrayal of Margaret “Hot Lips” Houlihan on M*A*S*H. Even she never expected to still be acting at 80, but that’s exactly what she’s doing. Find out why she thinks that’s significant for her industry and women.
Mike Millen just may be the fittest person over the age of 60 on the planet. He’s become a bit of a social media superstar thanks to videos of his unusual workouts, but what we love about Mike is his creativity in his workouts and his belief that fitness must be fun in order to be successful and sustainable. Get inspired to find the fun in your fitness.
The Little River Band had a string of hits years ago. So, why is it so important for singer Wayne Nelson to keep them going today? He explains to Growing Bolder!
Whether you’re 24, 42, 58 or 85, we’re all living through transitions. It’s a hallmark of life and one that can leave us feeling paralyzed and lost. Writer, journalist and advocate Maria Shriver wants everyone to know they’re capable of living meaningful, empowered lives, no matter how lost they may feel. Get her tips for finding the principles and practices to live life boldly.
One in four people is living with the painful effects of arthritis. In fact, it’s the number one cause of disability. Dr. Shazia Bég of the UCF College of Medicine explains what you need to know about the various forms of arthritis, including the serious rheumatoid arthritis.
Aging isn’t always about how you look; sometimes it’s about how you see. As we get older, our eyes begin to change. The question is: do you know what’s normal or what could be a warning sign of something more serious?
One of the keys to Growing Bolder is maintaining our quality of life in order to be able to engage in the activities we love as we age. The good news is that technology, skilled surgeons and great medical care are all providing many options to make that a reality. Dr. Obinna Adigweme of the UCF College of Medicine explains what you need to know about keeping your joints healthy as you age.
Clean and sober at 76, R&B pioneer George Clinton is more energetic, more creative and funkier than he has been in decades. Find out how he got his Mothership back on course.