After a successful business career, Gerald Hilbrich retired and became a role model for one of his personal philosophies — those who make a good living are obligated to give back their time, talent and treasures. Get his tips for making a difference
Have you ever failed to follow through on a goal or a resolution, such as to lose weight, get a better job or stop smoking? Of course you have. We all do. Find out how 5 tools can help you effectively make changes that will stick.
There’s no doubt our nation is in the midst of a health crisis, from diabetes to obesity to heart disease to cancer. Mee Tracy McCormick says the cure is in the kitchen. Find out how she cooked her way out of her chronic autoimmune disease.
Who would have thought one of the most effective tools in the fight against breast cancer would be a golf club? Meet the life-changing and saving volunteers of Women Playing For T.I.M.E.
Thelma Reese is 80 years old and on the forefront of changing the way our culture views aging. She’s active, vibrant and excited about her future. She explains why it’s so crucial to highlight the new role models of aging women.
Sol Bleiweis was just 11 years old when Germany invaded his native Poland. In Auschwitz, he watched his brother and mother die. But Sol not only survived, he made it his mission to make a difference and spread his message of joy and hope.
Do you know what you’re going to do after you retire? One of the best ways to move forward is to give back. Beryl Wiltshire signed up as a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity at the age of 68 doing many things she had never done before.
Cristina Ferrare is a supermodel, designer, chef, author, actress and co-host of Emmy-nominated “Home & Family” show on the Hallmark Channel. Find out why she’s having more fun than ever.
Musician John Babcock was just a child when President Kennedy was shot but he admits it is never far from his mind. He’s sharing his prized collection of memorabilia and a song he wrote for the 25th anniversary that’s just as touching today.
You’ve heard of a labor of love, but photographer Joseph Blum’s 15-year project documenting construction of the new east span of the Bay Bridge in San Francisco has been a love of labor.