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.
For 63 years, Dr. Ephraim Engleman has held the same job. Now 100, he still sees patients three days a week and has no plans on cutting back. He shares his unorthodox secrets of longevity.
Susan Polis Schutz is a best-selling author, poet, activist and the founder of the hugely successful greeting card company Blue Mountain cards. And with her new film “Over 90 and Loving It,” she’s helping to change the way the world sees aging.
For many, growing older is a tough concept to wrap their brains around and even tougher to acknowledge will someday happen to them. But geriatric psychiatrist Marc Agronin, M.D. is tackling the issue head on with his new book, “How We Age.”
What does it take to not only live to 100 but to still be vibrant? Elsa Hoffman is a shining example of how aging can be. As she prepares to celebrate her 103rd birthday, Elsa says she doesn’t fight her age, she embraces it.
If you knew you could live to 100, what would you do? One of the most respected longevity experts say it’s a question you need to answer today — because it’s never too late to make changes to live longer and healthier.
When Janice Stillman became the first female editor of The Old Farmer’s Almanac, she took over a publication that George Washington helped launch. Find out why she says it’s still relevant today.
Back in the 1960s, while people were still speaking out against racism and women were fighting for their rights, Dr. Robert Butler was fighting for a group people didn’t really pay much attention to: the elderly.
Living to 100 isn’t as hard as you think it is.
One of the world’s leading experts on longevity teaches from her own experiences.