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.
World War II vet Ernie Andrus is 91 years old and always looking for a new adventure. So he’s currently running — yes, running! — across the country on a mission to preserve an important battleship and return it to Normandy Beach.
We are drowning in data with expectations to make more complex and faster decisions than ever before. Neuroscientist Daniel Levitin says this is a really bad habit for our brains. Get his tips for getting out of this trap.
Joyce Carpati is fashionable, vibrant and most importantly, proud to embrace her age. Find out how the 82-year-old is spreading the message that the right attitude, not a lot of anti-aging products, is all you need to look and feel fabulous.
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.
Every time she goes to work, Barbara Beskind, 90, smashes the stereotypes of aging. Find out how the conceptual designer’s new job in Silicon Valley is not only having an impact on her young co-workers but on her fellow retirement home residents, too
Roselio Muniz is 101 years old and he’s sharing the daily activities and choices he believes are responsible for not only getting him to this point but have allowed him to continue to live a life of vitality and passion.
Think it’s too late to start over? Think again. Award-winning actress and activist Marlo Thomas shares what she learned from collecting the stories of 60 women who started over. Find out why she’s convinced it’s never too late to reinvent yourself.
Could you live hundreds of mile from your nearest neighbor, out in the wilds of Alaska? Would you? That’s exactly what Sue Aikens does. See why the star of Nat Geo’s show “Life Below Zero” is happiest living 200 miles NORTH of the Arctic Circle.
How do you take a group of strangers and novice climbers and turn them into a highly functional group as they endure high altitudes and grueling conditions? Love. One of the world’s top mountaineers explains how these lessons apply to your life.