She may be tough, but at 60, there are some things that Kathy McInnis-Misenor can’t do. She was diagnosed with a debilitating form of arthritis as a child but has still managed to achieve a lot and isn’t about to quit. She now has a highly trained sidekick to help her maintain her independence.
It may be a cliché, but life does have its ups and downs. That’s certainly been true for Loring Newcomb, who prefers to be called Bob. He says if he could go back in time, he might change a few things. He’d change some things right now, too. At 94, he’s pretty active, but he says he’s often lonely. Hear Bob’s story in the latest episode of Conversations About Aging.
I have a recipe for you that is delicious and healthy, along with good things to know about a Mediterranean diet AND what I learned about pomegranates.
I’ve heard so many people say that as soon as they retire, they plan to travel. Well, recently, I met a woman who’s long past retirement age and she’s not just taking trips, she’s leading them — to the land of her birth. Ireland.
People often don’t realize how devastating it is to lose all your hair during cancer treatments. Debby Porter understands and that’s why she started a program called Hair Matters. Because it does.
When Tom Antonik was diagnosed with AIDS in the late 80s, he expected to die a young man. All around him, people he cared about were dying and he never dreamed that he might have a different fate. But he did and he’s now old enough to share his personal perspective on aging.
Ten years ago, Sally Loughridge, who is a well-known Maine artist, had 33 days of radiation therapy for breast cancer. To get through it, she did what she knows best. After each treatment, she painted.
I think everyone has insomnia from time to time. Strength coach Andy Wight takes a break from exercising to show us a move designed to help you relax and hopefully, get a good night’s sleep.
Since I found out I had DCIS five years ago, I have talked with many women who also have DCIS. It’s considered stage 0 breast cancer, but that doesn’t mean there are zero risks. This is my story.
Guess what vegetable is almost always found on lists of “most-hated vegetables?” Brussels sprouts! (Turnips also tend to make the list.) They used to be one of my least favorite vegetables. Not anymore. How you cook them is the key and I’ve got a recipe for you.