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.
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For nearly 30 years, the Peggy & Philip B. Crosby Wellness Center has been much more than a place to work out your body. It’s a place to to meet friends, enjoy conversation and games and, perhaps most importantly, feel connected to the community around you.
If you’ve ever felt intimidated by other gyms, see why the Peggy & Philip B. Crosby Wellness Center is different. It’s warm, nurturing, welcoming and you just may meet your new best friend here.
What does it take to break a world record? The willingness to try. Meet four former college swimmers who decided to jump back in the pool after decades away from the sport — and when they were in their 80s and 90s. See how these four men inspired each other to show up at practice and hold each other accountable.
At the age of 101, Roselio Muniz is still physically active, still actively engaged in the lives of his family members and still curious about the world around him. See the daily habits that he believes have helped him stay vibrant into his 100s.
Famed physician and psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Amen shares some of his best brain healthy habits and explains how to slow or reverse the damage you’ve done to yourself. He says it’s simpler than you think to slow or even reverse your brain’s aging process.
Perhaps no one personifies the benefits of the importance of physical wellbeing than Ann Kahl, an 86-year-old runner who inspires everyone she passes on the course.
After she retired from her office job, Martha Cole realized she suddenly had a lot more time to make a difference in the world around her. So she rolled up her sleeves and learned how to build houses through Habitat for Humanity.