Famed financial expert Jean Chatzky says if you take care of your health, your wealth will follow. Get her tips for strengthening your health-wealth connection.
Growing Bolder Radio Show
Fashion consultant and TV host Tim Gunn talks to Growing Bolder about his life in fashion and why he never expected to become a TV star at the age of 50. Plus, get his pep talk for redefining your life at any age with courage and confidence.
Three million men in the U.S. are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year, yet more and more physicians are saying prostate screenings and sometimes even treatment are unnecessary. Virgil Dawson, M.D., of the UCF College of Medicine, offers advice for wading through the conflicting recommendations from major healthcare groups.
Chances are, when you think of Judy Collins, you immediately think of her legendary career, but hers is also a story of resilience, compassion and candor. Find out why she’s passionate about sharing her struggles to help others overcome their own obstacles in life.
Julia “Hurricane” Hawkins didn’t start running until she was 100 years old, only to become the fastest female centenarian of all time. We get her to slow down long enough to discuss her newfound fame and learn what she wants other seniors to know about staying fit.
Cultural anthropologist Agustin Fuentes explains how creativity has been the most important trait to the development of mankind. Find out how to add more creativity to just about everything you do.
Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn is a Nobel Prize-winning scientist who offers startling proof that how we think about about aging affects the way we age. She explains her revolutionary work and shares her prescription for healthy longevity.
His life journey has taken him from the projects of New York City to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. We catch up with the legendary Little Anthony and discover how he’s survived some tough hardships, including battling depression, to emerge happy, healthy and still just as passionate about music in his 70s.
Ken Jeong always wanted to be a comedian, but he focused on his studies and it paid off. Despite becoming a successful physician, his dreams never died. So, he decided to go for it, and that paid off, too, in a big way!
Are you sleeping wrong? Find out the right (and wrong!) ways to get a beneficial and healthy night’s sleep from one of the nation’s top sleep experts. Kristina Grabnickas of the UCF College of Medicine shares her prescription for a good night’s sleep.