We used to think that living a long life was kind of a fluke, that if you made it to a ripe old age, it was part genetics and a lot of luck. We thought wrong. A top longevity researcher explains how YOU have the power to determine your lifespan.
What can centenarians teach you about healthy aging? EVERYTHING! Former college professor Steve Franklin has interviewed more than 500 people 100 and older and shares the three principles you can start adapting NOW to live longer, better.
Sitting is the new smoking. And are you having enough sex? Forget the expensive products and miracle cures. Researcher and author Judith Gaman explains the many FREE things you can do every day to live a healthier life for the rest of your life.
How do your five best friends influence your health decisions? Does your city make activity and easy choice? Longevity expert Dan Buettner explains how these factors could be shortening the length of your life.
Phil Kean had a dream of being an architect, but put it on hold to pursue other business opportunities. When he turned 40, he realized: it was now or never. And now he’s behind the blueprints of some of the most cutting-edge homes in America.
With so many different ways to stay fit and healthy, Ted Skup decided to keep it simple and go back to the basics – push-ups. He says the push-up is a lot more than just an exercise; it’s a lifestyle.
Five years ago Pilar Gerasimo took a lifestyle and turned it into Experience Life magazine. Now she has 600,000 people reading her ideals.
Dr. Roy Sugarman is one of world’s foremost experts on maintaining and improving brain function as we age. Get smarter now