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Larry DeLucas is the only man who can say he’s dunked a basketball in outer space. He was a NASA special astronaut who flew to outer space for scientific research in 1992, and now in his 70’s, competes in bowling and cornhole at the National Senior Games.
The New Age of Aging, a landmark study conducted by Age Wave reveals “the beginning of a complete paradigm shift as today’s modern elders dismantle the long-held cultural beliefs and social norms about how older women and men should think, feel, and act.”
In this edition of Growing Bolder’s Ordinary People Living Extraordinary Lives, we highlight the lives of men and women in Central Florida. We share their stories because the passion, purpose and significance they find in their daily lives is attainable for all of us. We just have to believe that more is possible.
Allan Ganz spent 67 years putting smiles on faces, being his own boss and feeling like the richest man in the world. How cool is that?
In our latest wrap up from the National Senior Games, Pittsburgh natives are showing us what it means to keep Growing Bolder.
95-year-old Grady Kimsey has a piece in the Smithsonian and his work has been collected by celebrities like Robin Williams. He shares what keeps him working every day.
While acting as caretaker for his dying wife, Mark Potter found connection through sharing daily photos of the sunrise.
As men age, finding the perfect Father’s Day gift can be a difficult challenge. We’ve got you covered with a range of ideas for men age 50+.
Dr. Vonda Wright shares how, using the tools of mobility and the new science of aging, we can be healthy, vital, active and joyful long into the foreseeable future.
Sports writer Ray Glier is determined to believe in the biology of hope.
Science might be the key to increasing our lifespan, but positive lifestyle modification is the key to increasing our healthspan. Positive lifestyle modification is the key to reducing our reliance on the U.S. “sickcare system.”