A spotlight for extraordinary people — from celebrities to everyday citizens — who are challenging outdated beliefs about aging and sparking new solutions.
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Five Mind-Boggling Numbers You Need to Know About Venus Williams
And they don’t include her age. The superstar has far more important numerical tidbits to share, from endorsement deals to her successful pursuit of equal prize money for women.
There’s No “Aging” in Baseball!
“In my mind, I’m better than most guys 20 years younger than me, and have more energy.” That’s the disruptor theme of Washington Nationals manager, Dusty Baker, 67 — who’s running one of the best teams in the league!
WiseWear: Smart Jewelry That Keeps Women Safe
There’s more than meets the eye with the WiseWear Socialite Collection. The designer bracelets are smart jewelry that serve as a panic button, a fitness tracker and a notification device.
What’s Your Ideal Place to Grow Older? It May be This City…
Walking, biking, affordable housing in walking neighborhoods – these are a few of the key things our elders need to thrive as their numbers increase. Oh! And access to fun with younger folks! You’ll be surprised to see just which cities are ahead of the curve…
Life Cycles: One Family’s Coming of Age Tradition
A coming-of-age family story that began with Lorne Garrettson taking his 9-year old daughter out for a 50-mile bike ride has become a family tradition. Now, at 82, Garretson is taking his last ride with his youngest grandchild.
This Woman Breaks a NASA Record!
NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson became the oldest woman in space, adding to her long list of barrier-breaking records. Whitson, 56, rocketed off the planet, headed for the international space station, where she'll celebrate her 57th birthday in February.
Live From New York With SNL’s Don Roy King
Live from New York, director Don Roy King brings Saturday Night Live to life for millions of viewers each week. The job also keeps the 68-year-old up to date on the people and things his 18-year-old daughter, Cameron, cares about.