Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Watershed Year for Age Talk – 3

Given the number of conferences on aging and longevity around the world in 2015, I pick up from my June blog comments that we are at a watershed year on “age-talk”. Maybe because my head is in this dialogue space, … Continue reading

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Brain Mission: Longevity’s Creative Frontier – 2

That magic ride for my MRI three years ago. It was quite a road trip, in itself a sunny story. It was a suggestion from the clinic people that I bring a music CD to listen to while I was … Continue reading

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Brain Mission: Longevity’s Creative Frontier – 1

What a stunning time of discovery we live in, fifteen percent into the 21st century. Surely, that must have sounded a familiar account of the times when Galileo first gazed through his telescope, with a creative blur in his eyes, … Continue reading

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Long Live Yogi Berra!

Seems fitting with the 2015 World Series under way this week that I take the time to mention the passing of Yogi Berra, two weeks ago at age 90. What was the secret to his longevity? Never having met the … Continue reading

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