Now more than ever, it seems living to 100 and beyond isn't something for just the lucky few. In fact, there are things you could do today to not only live that long but to be healthy that long. Filmmaker Mark Wexler investigates the secrets of centenarians and shares what he's learned from some of the happiest, healthiest and most fascinating people on the planet.
Tattoos are no longer taboo. They've gone mainstream in a big way and like just about everything else, the fastest-growing market segment is baby boomers. Come along as Andrea Kudlacz celebrates her 60th birthday. (click here to watch the video version of this story)
What if you could not only prevent cancer but also reverse it? What if everything we think we know about treating cancer is wrong? Raymond Francis, a leader in the field of optimal health, explains why he believes the war on cancer has been a colossal failure that's wasted and misspent millions and millions of dollars.
Like many men of his generation, Alan Moore left college -- and his football dreams -- behind to serve in the Vietnam War. He could have never imagined that at age 61, he'd not only return to college but to the playing field. Wait until you hear the story of the world's oldest college football player.
Joan Kron is 83 years old and covers plastic surgery for Allure magazine. Find out why she's not afraid to admit she's a fan of going under the knife and why she never plans on retiring.