Gardening is good for the soul. A new study shows a correlation between gardening and improvements in well-being, perceived stress and physical activity.
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An expansive new study promotes the power of sleep for people in their 50s and 60s. Research shows a good night’s sleep will improve your chances of not developing dementia.
Higgins, a 57-year-old teacher, is giving the world a teachable moment about the power of love, and the benefits of being in great physical shape to be able to give birth at her age.
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Are you having trouble figuring out who you are? Well Mahatma Gandhi said, “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”
You have a good caffeine buzz going. It’s the sweet spot. But when is taking another sip too much for your body to process?
They are called “Dogs of Destiny.” They are Midnight Conway and Chenille. Each has a greater purpose in their dog life other than begging for treats and walks.
Unity is is a concrete manifestation of the inner heart that has each of us reaching out across all our divisions: racial, social, economic and political.
The fight to end Alzheimer’s disease hit a significant benchmark Monday with the first ever Food and Drug Administration approved treatment for the underlying…
Researchers have discovered that owning a pet can have many benefits, including lowering blood pressure and cholesterol, reducing stress and risk of depression and improving long-term survival after a heart attack.
Naome Bradshaw describes herself as a mom, wife, singer and friend. But mostly she’s a survivor. The trauma she survived in her past colors everything about her present.
As soon as he was fully vaccinated, Growing Bolder’s George Diaz hit the road to return to his beloved Miami for the first time in more than two years.
Langston is the proverbial late bloomer. A man who went on a self-destructive path for much of this life, only to hit an inspiring reset button while becoming a much wiser older man.
We’ve partnered with Aviv Clinics to share life-saving details on preventing and treating strokes, the leading cause of long-term disabilities in the U.S
Shantell Williams learned how to ride a Harley in her 40s. Eight months after she started, she set out on a journey across 48 states to bring attention to Bessie Stringfield, the first African American woman to ride across America in the 1930s.
Tinnitus affects more than 50 million Americans and there is no cure. After his diagnosis, Sal Gentile visited nearly two dozen doctors, desperate for answers and relief. He shares what he’s learned along the journey and how it’s given his life an entirely new purpose.
We asked the Growing Bolder community to share some of those precious words of wisdom, caution and humor so we can celebrate the impact our mothers have had on our lives.
Florida is known for a lot of things, but did you know it’s a great place for horses? The Sunshine…
Mother’s Day is coming up. In the midst of a national pandemic that has many of us on edge, kindness and love and the human connection are at a premium.