What makes people wake up before the sun to lace up their sneakers and hit the pavement? In a word: hope. See how people who meet at start lines all across the world have discovered a way to improve their bodies, minds and futures.
The next 5-10 years may forever change the way we approach health care. Renowned physician Dr. David Agus explains why these are called the lucky years. He shares some of the exciting new research that is saving lives and changing lives.
Find out how a great laugh and a desire to make people smile can be all it takes to make the world a better place! Get your toes tapping with the one and only Movin’ Melvin Brown!
The team at Senior Helpers provides professionally trained companions who can make a real difference in the lives of seniors and their families.
Get your game on! Because it’s one of the secrets to Growing Bolder. Multiple studies have proven that the more active you are, not just with your body but with your BRAIN, the healthier you can be as you get older. We’ve teamed up with Telltale Games, makers of the new Minecraft: Story Mode, to look at the science and FUN behind video gaming.
Gregory Anne Cox tells the bold truth — breaking the “rules” when necessary to fulfill her promise of being a health advocate — and she coaches people to help them find the right foods and lifestyle choices to keep Growing Bolder.
The look on 92-year-old Millie Martin’s face when she meets baby Penelope is enough to bring a smile to your face and tears to your eyes.
Are you one of the 10 million adult children over the age of 50 caring for an aging parent? Do you know someone who devotes time, money and emotional commitment caring for someone living with dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease or another age-related condition? September is Healthy Aging Month, and while the focus is on the men and women who are getting older — we think it’s just as important to honor and nurture the people who serve as caregivers.
Griffith Parks, Ph.D., one of the world’s foremost experts on vaccines, weighs in on their impact on the population and why adult-focused vaccines are becoming more prevalent.
Dr. Deborah German is Dean of the University of Central Florida College of Medicine. Her employees and students are changing the future of healthcare.