What happens when you give a person with dementia an iPod loaded with the songs of their youth? They come alive inside. Social worker Dan Cohen, executive director of Music and Memory, explains this remarkable new project that is changing the lives of patients and caregivers and how you can help.
A unique art store takes your favorite pop culture items -- from old lunchboxes to posters -- and turns them into works of art. And the man behind it is just as interesting as his art. (Click here to watch the video version of this story)
Adela Choquet is 96 years old and STILL teaching yoga several times a week. We first met her five years ago, and she is still fit and fabulous. Her goal is to keep teaching until at least 100, and somehow, we think she can do it! (Click here to watch the video version of this story)
Many people avoid nuts and seeds because they think they're too high in fat and calories. But did you know eating nuts daily can actually lower your cholesterol? Growing Bolder's nutrition expert Dr. Susan Mitchell explains the right way to go nuts.
UCLA psychiatrist and researcher Rebecca Gladding, M.D., says it's possible to change lifelong bad habits and decision-making patterns by learning to listen to our minds instead of our brains. She explains.
Have you ever wanted to write your family's story but you weren't sure how to get started? Writer Patricia Charpentier says it's just like eating an elephant -- you've got to take it one small piece at a time. Find out her tips for getting started.
As a child, Todd Taylor stunned the Nashville music scene with his banjo skills. He vowed them to elevate the banjo as a musical instrument, and that's exactly what's he done, collecting Grammy nominations and world records along the way.