Legendary health and fitness expert Kathy Smith explains exactly what you should be doing to age well. From the types of activities to the length of workouts, find out what you need to know to live a healthier, longer life.
In 2011, artist Harold Rotenberg died at the age of 105. Before his death, we visited his studio and found him, at the age of 104, still in love with life, still in love with his wife, and still in love with his art. And he wasn’t alone. Major museums and art collectors worldwide covet his work. Come along for an exclusive look inside the life of an artist. (Click here to watch the video version of this story)
In 1992, a cargo ship lost one of its containers during a violent storm, sending 28,800 rubber bath toys splashing into the sea. Thirteen years later, journalist Donovan Hohn decided to track down what ever happened to those floating rubber duckies, and in the process, he discovered just how connected we all are.
During a chance trip to play platform tennis, acclaimed writer and filmmaker Camille Thoman encountered a group of eight men, all in their 80s, who get together every day to play. Within minutes, she had fallen in love with them, and she knew she had to make a film about them. So she did.
Ed Whitlock is living proof of the possibilities of exceptionally successful aging. The 81-year-old recently smashed two world records in the mile and the marathon. He shares his secret to success, and it’s something anyone can do.