Category Archive: Long Life

Do You Know the Benefits of Walking?


Research shows you’re likely to live longer if you walk at least 5.5 miles (8.9Km) per week Walking this much at a slow pace of 2 miles per hour (3.2 Km/ hour) can… Continue reading

89-Year-Old Speeds to Finish Line, Walker and All


A combination of LeBron James and Steph Curry—that’s what 89-year-old Jane Ensign said she felt like as she crossed the finish line of a 1-mile race on Memorial Day. “Everybody was cheering for… Continue reading

Vitamins and Minerals: Nutrition From A to Z


Find out which vitamins and minerals your body needs, what they do, and what foods you can eat to get them.. 1/20 Vitamin A One type comes from animal sources of food. It… Continue reading

Charles Eugster, The Healthiest Old Person on the Planet Explains How to Stay in Shape


Charles Eugster, 96, is a runner, body-builder, public speaker, writer, rower, and wakeboarder. He also claims to be so healthy that his formerly grey pubes have turned brown again. Charles Eugster is the… Continue reading

Longevity Secrets of ‘Super Agers’: Life at 90 and Beyond


WebMD looks at characteristics that healthy 90 and 100-year-olds have in common. Super-Agers: Life at 90 and Beyond How can you attain a long, robust life? Researchers are studying the habits of 90-year-olds… Continue reading

Is the 1-Minute Workout a Myth?


By Marygrace Taylor* “I have tons of free time to work out!” said no one ever. It’s no secret that regular exercise is essential for your health and wellbeing. But when you constantly… Continue reading

Health Secrets of Sweet Potatoes


These orange beauties are a nutritional powerhouse. Learn all the reasons to love the humble sweet potato. 1/12 Antioxidants Aplenty Not all sweet potatoes are orange. Their skins and insides can be white,… Continue reading

World Life Expectancy is Rising Significantly — Except in the US 


A surprising new study maintains that the average life expectancy will increase in most developed countries by the year 2030. If you want to live longer, where you live may play a factor.… Continue reading

Masters Marathon Legend Ed Whitlock Dies at 86


Ed Whitlock, the Canadian runner who rewrote the 70+ record books and forever altered conceptions of human endurance performance in older age, died on Monday in Toronto, not far from his home in… Continue reading

99-Year-Old Upsets 92-Year-Old in Thrilling Sprint


Seven years and 0.05 seconds separated Orville Rogers and Dixon Hemphill at the 2017 Masters Indoor Track Championships. Orville Rogers, left, races Dixon Hemphill at the 2017 USATF Masters Indoor Track & Field… Continue reading

Dueling Quarterback Diets: Matt Ryan vs. Tom Brady


Nutrition experts discuss the diets of dueling NFL quarterbacks Tom Brady and Matt Ryan. It’s a pretty good bet that NFL quarterbacks Tom Brady and Matt Ryan aren’t eating anything close to what… Continue reading

How our Bodies Age


Do you know what to expect as you age? Read this WebMD article to find out how your body changes and to prepare for what’s ahead. After age 40, most of us have… Continue reading

At 96 Paul Randall was a C.R.A.S.H.-B Crowd Pleaser (2014 World Championship Indoor Rowing Qualifier)


By the time Paul Randall was nearing the last strokes of his race, the crowd behind him was large and loud. It wasn’t that Randall was about to pull an incredibly fast time… Continue reading

Can Red Wine Reverse Alzheimer’s? Alzheimer’s Myths and Facts


We all had or have a friend or family member who has been affected by Alzheimer’s. Does aluminum cause Alzheimer’s? Can red wine or crosswords help you avoid it? Learn to tell the myths… Continue reading

What to do Today to Sleep Better Tonight


1/11 Repay Your Debt The lack of enough sleep over time can result in a sleep debt. This is the difference between the amount of sleep you need and the amount you actually… Continue reading