He’s one of the brightest — and most famous — scientific minds in the world today. The fascinating Dr. Michio Kaku shares some of the latest findings about the mind and how the stuff of science fiction is become reality.
Su Meck’s story is one of the most devastating stories you’ll ever hear. While it is a story of incomprehensible challenges and of heartbreaking struggle, it’s also a story of how one woman faced up to putting the pieces of her life back together.
Can Alzheimer’s be cured by the foods you eat (or don’t eat)? Neal Barnard, M.D., a leading advocate for good nutrition and using nutritional intervention to cure whatever ails us, offers tips to boost your brain health with power foods.
She’s 110 years old, she never uses a wheelchair and she wants you to hear her story, Meet the amazing Onie Ponder.
After being diagnosed with cancer, Peggy Hartzog’s first thoughts were about her own wants. But she soon began to think more about the needs of others. That’s when she remembered her old red hair. The result was a very unusual donation.
Good things really do come in small packages. Susan Newland shows how a love for family led not just to a new hobby — but a new career. Her passion will have you looking for new ways to pass on childhood memories to the next generation.
Sports memorabilia has never been hotter and the over 50 crowd is leading the way! In this Growing Bolder video, a collector in The Villages shows us why souvenirs can mean so much more than money!
After 40 years, many of the wounds are as fresh as they ever were for Vietnam vets. Many still find it difficult to talk about, but their powerful stories are more relevant than ever.
A couple preserves your family’s stories for generations to come.