The Center for Health & Wellbeing is at the cusp of a revolution in healthy aging. Colin Milner, CEO, International Council on Active Aging, explains how it will usher in a new age of healthy living for people of all ages.
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We’re all living longer, so the question is: how do we minimize the years we spend in ill health? What can you do today in order to live a good life as opposed to juts a long life. Join the healthy living revolution!
Everyone gets angry from time to time, but the key question is: how to manage your anger? Barry Kerzin, MD, is both a medical doctor and an ordained Buddhist monk, and he says we can all lead happier, healthy lives if we can learn to reduce our anger. Get his tips for letting go of your anger.
Virginia Ferrigno didn’t have a lot of money or a lot of help, but what she did have was a lot of time and a lot of love to give. That’s why she made it her one-woman mission to clear the weeds out of Winter Park’s historic Ward Park
Are you going to settle for the old way of doing things or are you going to sparkle? A top expert in the field of active aging wants you to get inspired to discover new adventures in the years ahead.
Are you embracing new opportunities or are you stuck in the past? Are you still holding on to the hold notion that aging is a time of decline? Colin Milner is the CEO of the International Council on Active Aging and he offers advice for breaking down the stereotypes of the past and living a full and engaged life, at any age.
What’s the secret to being a healthier and happier person? Barry Kerzin, MD, is both a medical doctor and an ordained Buddhist monk, and he says the real magic occurs when you learn to view the world through a humanistic framework.
After many mission trips, Jane Hursh felt obligated to share the blessings of her life. See how she is using something sweet to change bitter circumstances.
Something magical happens when older people get together with children. Before you assume it’s the kids who get the biggest benefit, wait until you meet William Jones, who volunteers regularly at the Joe R. Lee Eatonville Boys & Girls Club.
Throughout his long and distinguished career in academia, Thaddeus Seymour, Ph.D., has done a lot of thinking about thinking. Now 89, he’s thinking about a new passion — technology. Find out how his love of technology has taken him places he never thought possible when he was a child and why he wishes more people his age would embrace technology.