Vikki Choate told me that when she hit 50, something magical happened — things that used to bother her didn’t anymore. In this episode of Conversations About Aging, we talked about her view on life and how she is preparing for the future. Hint: it doesn’t include retirement.
When Bob got scammed, he felt terrible. Instead of keeping it to himself, he decided to warn other people by sharing his experience.
When she was 20 years old, Leona Bright Chasse joined the Navy. She served during World War II. The work Leona did was top secret until just a few years ago. She was a Code Girl.
Found a bag of carrots on our porch last night. Straight from a friend’s garden. Guess what we had for dinner?
Imagine living most of your life on an island off the coast of Maine. That’s what Paul Quinn has done and he has lots of stories to share. Like about the time he came home to find a lobster boat (not his) half in his garage and half out in the driveway. Listen to our conversation to get that story and more.
No more excuses. We’re going to show you how to do a push-up standing up. Good for strengthening your upper body.
An estimated 2.4 million people in the United States are living with hepatitis C. Baby boomers are among the high-risk groups. Find out why and also learn about new medications that have revolutionized how this serious infection is treated.
A poem called “The Crabby Old Man” has made the rounds for years. It turns out the story behind the poem is not accurate, but it still contains a useful message. He may seem crabby, but the man is simply feeling lonely, isolated, invisible, and depressed.
Chicken soup is the ultimate comfort food and many people swear that it also has healing qualities. Since it’s flu season in Maine, let’s make some chicken soup or if you’re at my house, you’ll get chicken lemon soup. Good for what ails you.
Joanne Santee was diagnosed with a chronic lung condition 25 years ago. She knew that someday she’d need to be hooked up to an oxygen tank in order to breathe. That day arrived, but it hasn’t stopped her from enjoying life. At 78, Joanne has a lot of wisdom and humor to share.