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Colin Milner is the founder of the active-aging industry in North America and a leading authority on older-adult health and well-being. The World Economic Forum recognizes him as one of the globe’s “most innovative and influential minds” on aging-related topics. As International Council on Active Aging CEO, he is on the forefront of the aging well movement. How will “living longer better” change our world and way of life? Join Milner as he delves into this transformative trend with thought l ...
 
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Although the rate of increased life expectancy is decelerating, and most of us alive today are probably not going to live to 100, there is a lot of very exciting research being done in the field of aging. Today we are joined by Dr. Jay Olshansky who was recognized by Next Avenue (a PBS affiliate) as one of the top influencers in aging. Jay came up …
 
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Growing older has been cast in a bad light in our society and this has led to many negative effects that aren’t only felt by older people. This is one of the issues that Ken Dychtwald tackles in his memoir, Radical Curiosity: One Man's Search for Cosmic Magic and a Purposeful Life. In this book, Ken compiles some of the most impactful life lessons …
 
To many, getting older means a gradual ease into a more sedentary way of life, simply because you cannot do what you were once able to. But that couldn’t be further from the truth, because our idea of aging is completely wrong. Today we sit with Dr. Vonda Wright to find out why older adults can and should be involved in acts of movement. We begin o…
 
As Carl Jung said, the operating system for the first half of our adult life is our ego, but for the second half, it is our soul. In light of this, there is a need for more resources to use as we age that can help us regenerate instead of simply retire. Chip Conley has created one such resource called the Modern Elder Academy and he joins us on the…
 
Ageism is stereotyping and discrimination on the basis of a person’s age, although in a youth-obsessed culture, older adults bear the brunt of it. The term was first coined by Pulitzer prize-winning author, Dr. Robert Butler. Since his unfortunate passing, the fight against this damaging form of oppression has been taken up by Ashton Applewhite. Wh…
 
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