Monthly Archives: April 2014

Stanford Longevity Design Challenge Winner.

On April 10th, the Stanford Center on Longevity “Design Challenge” inaugural winner was announced from a list of seven finalists. Sha Yao and her project Eat Well was chosen for the top prize of $10,000. Ms. Yao is from the … Continue reading

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Evelyn Burns-Weinrib

From suffering late-life depression to reaching the brink of despair in her attempt to end her own life three years ago, Evelyn Burns-Weinrib now 81, fought back to a point now where she can give back. Her story received great … Continue reading

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Live & Work Longer: Great Expectations – 2

Great expectations. Work – and live longer? Some studies indicate a positive effect for those who choose to actively work longer in later life. And then there’s the debate, that for those who do hard physical work, they won’t be … Continue reading

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Live & Work Longer: Great Expectations – 1

Or is it work, and live longer? This may be covering old ground but the conversation isn’t going away and likely will remain open for decades to come. For many now over the age of 50; prospects are that we … Continue reading

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Aging Population: Reversal of Fortune?

Smart, memorable marketing often takes saucy wit to get anyone to take real notice. And when wit attaches a message to a highly evident and timely social discussion, it can at least add some fun to an otherwise too often … Continue reading

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