Doug Ulman is not one to back down from challenges. From battling cancer three times, to building LIVESTRONG into one of the world’s most powerful and effective cancer fighting communities and then leading the organization through its biggest crisis, Ulman has been a fearless warrior.
Jeremy Jungling was a newlywed, running coach and in the best shape of his life. When he learned he had colon cancer, he was stunned. See how the experience has changed him and why he’s no longer waiting until “I’m older” to chase his dreams.
Every patient and every situation is different and there is no crystal ball. But there are steps you can take to make yourself the exception to any set of statistics. Dr. Masson explains how he helps patients strive to be the exception.
World-renowned neurosurgeon Robert L. Masson, MD, recently found himself in an unexpected position: on an operating room table. He explains how his own turn under the knife was exactly the wake-up call he needed to make life-saving changes to ensure he’s here to watch his kids grow up.
What do race cars have to do with neurosurgery? Everything! World-renowned neurosurgeon Robert L. Masson, MD, founder of the NeuroSpine Institute, explains how he applies the metaphor of high-performance race-car driving to his surgical procedures.
It’s not always easy to follow your dreams, especially when your dreams turn into nightmares. Infomercial icon and author Tony Little says even when things get tough, you have to keep moving forward. Get his tips for following your dreams and evolving your dreams through life’s speedbumps.
It’s no secret that the world has become an increasingly hostile place, particularly the Internet. GB’s Secily Wilson is here with a Takeaway that will make you reconsider how you’re treating the people around you, including loved ones and complete strangers.
When the inevitable winds of change blow through your life, how will you react? Growing Bolder’s Secily Wilson explains the one character trait we’ve seen in every interview we’ve conducted with active centenarians and how you can apply their example to your life.
Do you want to be happy? Be socially connected? Do you want to have a lot of people around you who love you? Dr. Roger Landry says he has a radical idea: there is a lot that’s right in being wrong. Get his tips for giving up your need to be right.
Are you acting your age? Well, stop that right now! Preventive medicine physician Roger Landry, M.D., explains why he thinks acting our age is a sign we’ve succumbed to the stereotypes of aging.