Monthly Archives: August 2015

Optimize Longevity! … feel a Pharrell Song Coming?

For two years now, I have been a follower and huge fan of the Stanford Center on Longevity and admired the collaborative model generated through the launch of their Design Challenge project. Here they are in year three with the … Continue reading

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Feeding Longevity: Another Hunger Game

What is your longevity expectation? As a Canadian, if you have ever taken one of those online life expectancy calculator questionnaires, or read a global survey from an organization like the World Health Organization (WHO), you might walk away with … Continue reading

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Longevity: Cracking Your Code in Reverse.

Long before Ancestry.com, my interest in researching our family tree goes back to when, in my mid-twenties, I made several trips to England, poking around cemeteries, municipal and church record offices in places like Plymouth and Exeter. It was fun … Continue reading

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Summer Shorts 19: Semi-Vacation Retirement Spin!

One of the advantages of being in summer semi-vacation mode, at least for someone like me – a sponge for research and ideas on the business and social aspects of aging demographics and longevity, is that I can just be … Continue reading

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