Here is a simple, powerful science-based plan to keep your muscles strong and functional no matter how old you are.
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Dr. Gayatri Devi, board-certified neurologist and author of The Spectrum of Hope: An Optimistic and New Approach to Alzheimer’s Disease, urges people to get a baseline cognitive evaluation to assess their memory and brain function and as a basis of comparison for future evaluations.
Balance can become challenging with age—but with these four exercises you can stay steady on your feet and avoid falls and injuries.
Dr. Gayatri Devi, board-certified neurologist and author of The Spectrum of Hope: An Optimistic and…
Hosted by Sarah Hiner, President, Bottom Line Inc.
Acclaimed author and one of America’s leading geriatric psychiatrists, Dr. Marc Agronin, discusses his new book, The End of Old Age—Living a Longer, More Purposeful Life, with host Sarah Hiner, president of Bottom Line Inc.
In this episode, Dr. Agronin discusses living a fuller life with enrichment, not fear. He offers strategies to help you age positively by identifying your strengths and wisdom.
Dr. Agronin discusses how society “gets it wrong” when it comes to its approach (and acceptance) of an aging culture.
Dr. Agronin discusses the evolution of aging and how you can experience an evolving, not eroding, life.
Don’t blame age on your balance problems! The problem is most likely caused by muscle weakness. These three easy exercises will solve that.
Dr. Agronin discusses how you can age successfully by finding your purpose and taking the five critical steps toward a more meaningful life.