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Older, not weaker

You may believe that growing older includes an inevitable decline from vitality to frailty. However, I know many people who would strongly disagree. Those people include…

Professional athletes over 40 carrying their teams to success 70-year-old Senior Olympians running a 5:42 mile My PRIMA patients completing a 5k in only 12 weeks of training […]

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Are the foods you eat helping or hurting you? Certainly, dining is pleasurable and it is a social connector and important. However, when we get busy, we may lose track of what we are eating and end up overindulging on foods that are harmful to us. On the other hand, when we’re eating at our […]

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The challenge of healthy aging and the dawn of the new millennium has inspired an unprecedented search for meaning, a yearning for community, a hunger for purpose, a desire for intimate relationships and an authentic need to understand it all.  Aging makes us think about our souls.  For many of us, the legacy questions […]

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