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  • What This 76-Year-Old Man Can Teach About Healing

    This Balinese healer says: “Know oneself, be in control of your food intake and be aware of your body.” Read more… Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 0

  • Northwell’s Innovation Challenge

    When I’m not blogging, I actually work with companies advancing innovations in medicine & science. This article & video showcases the innovation coming out of Northwell Health. I was a judge! Check it out! Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 0

  • The Happiness Curve in Life Rises After Age 50

    Jonathan Rauch, author of The Happiness Curve, was relieved to find an explanation for his gloom – academics say adulthood happiness is U-shaped. Read this… Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 0

  • At 88 Tippi Hedren Stars in a New Gucci Campaign

    Tippi Hedren Lands A Gucci Campaign At 88 Years Old  The legendary actress is the new face of Gucci’s timepieces and jewelry. Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 0

  • Is Traditional TV in Trouble?

    The hottest shows on TV networks — which command the highest ad prices — are attracting older viewers, which is a challenge for brands that want to reach millennials and teens. For instance, this season’s top-rated show, the revival of “Roseanne,” has a median viewer age of 52.9 years....

  • Eating Fish & Legumes Tied to Later Menopause

    British researchers used health and behavioral data on 9,027 women ages 40 to 65, following them for four years. They’ve concluded that a diet higher in fish and legumes has a positive impact on menopause. Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 0

  • Follow Your Bliss

    Ikigai: The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life Might Just Help You Live a More Fulfilling Life Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 0

  • Superman is 80!!! Happy Birthday to the Ultimate Silver D...

    Superman at 80: The Jewish origins of the Man of Steel:  The Man of Tomorrow’s surprising genesis and troubled cinematic legacy Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 0

  • Are You a Super-Ager?

    It’s pretty extraordinary for people in their 80s and 90s to keep the same sharp memory as someone decades younger. Now scientists are peeking into the brains of these “superagers” to uncover their secret. Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 0

  • Parenting Children Suffering from Extreme Trauma

    Many of us are still parenting children. This article looks into the challenges and ways to cope when your adopted child has suffered from severe emotional trauma. Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 0

  • How to Talk to a Dying Loved One

    Writer Elizabeth Bernstein explores how to speak with those we love when they are facing death. Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 0

  • Is There Such A Thing as Normal Aging?

    Washington Post reporter Bruce Horovitz delves into what age do we age, is it the norm, the stages of aging and a breakdown of each phase by decades. Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 0

  • Because Some of Us Still Have Teens…

    Many of us in our fifties and later — still have teenage children. Here’s an article that helps explain the push and pull nature of these relationships. Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 0

  • When heart disease runs in the family, exercise tied to l...

    (Reuters Health) – People who get plenty of exercise are less likely to have heart attacks and strokes than their inactive counterparts, even when they have a genetic predisposition for heart disease, a U.K. study suggests. Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 0

  • The Cheater’s Guide to Beating Alzheimers: New Rese...

    Scientists now think a complex mix of lifestyle, genes, age, environment and health conditions leads to the brain changes of Alzheimer’s—up to 20 or 25 years before obvious symptoms. Read more here… Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 0