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prof ellen j langer on mindfulness, possibility and thinking yourself young

By on May 17, 2015

In todays podcast we get to meet a woman who has been producing some of the most cutting edge research in the fields of psychology, aging and mind-body interactions for over four decades now and is still to this day

s jay olshansky on aging, health & the science of longevity

By on May 3, 2015

This weeks podcast special guest is not only one of the planets leading researchers into aging and longevity but also a very funny, warm and highly engaging guy – a certain Mr  S Jay Olshansky PhD. Jay is (among many

now you see it … can we fix a failing eyesight?

By on April 27, 2015

I’m wondering how many of you on the downhill side of forty reading this are still able to do so without any outside assistance these days? Now sure this may have always been the case for some of you, but

professor john wass on hormones, aging & health

By on April 19, 2015

This week we bring you yet another fascinating podcast with leading endocrinologist Professor John Wass of Oxford University who offers us all some much needed clarity on the confusing area of hormones and healthy aging. I’ve posted a fair bit

which nonsurgical cosmetic procedures actually work? a leading surgeon tells us the truth

By on March 12, 2015

Often enough most healthy aging programs tend to come down pretty decisively on one side or the other of the great cosmetic intervention divide, meaning they either think it’s great … or simply a great crock of doodoo’s. Frankly to

professor aaron seitz on brain training to grow younger

By on February 10, 2015

Neuroscientist Professor Aaron Seitz of University of California Riverside discusses his unique multifaceted approach to helping us change our brains and bring lasting improvement to problematic areas such as sight, memory  and hearing loss – each of which will sure

a lost world

By on January 27, 2015

It’s been a little while since my last post and I wanted to make this first one of 2015 related very much to what I see as a defining quality, and for some perhaps it may even be the most

are bioidentical hormones safer?

By on November 30, 2014

In fact the real question here is ‘Is any hormone therapy truly safe?’ And it’s one being asked by the scientific community as I write but the nature of this piece is really to help you begin your own questioning

sleep better, grow younger

By on November 21, 2014

If you didn’t get it already from the title what I’m aiming to dig into here is the area of getting enough Z’s and why that might just help save your bacon (apologies to the vegetarians … but you get

motivation 101: the rules of engagement

By on November 13, 2014

If there’s a question that just seems to come up time and again for me as a coach it’s one related to the often confusing and vexed area of what truly gets us up and at ‘em and makes change