Eye Health Factors You Must Know to Enjoy Life After 40

Our health tends to deteriorate incrementally after the age of 40. Our eyes are not excluded. Some understanding and prevention now can significantly improve your quality of life down the road. Eye Health https://www.nei.nih.gov/learn-about-eye-health/healthy-vision/keep-your-eyes-healthy. Initially, health improvement (and many other … Continue reading

Sharing My Joy of Ageless Health Today

I had my annual physical today and ecstatic. Indulge me for a couple of moments. All medical and laboratory tests were good with a couple of blood tests just marginally outside normal ranges. I wrote the bestselling book, The Joy … Continue reading

Insider Secrets to Old Age Health

This morning a very close family member passed away. Sudden death is grieved a bit differently compared to a person who has lived a long life and is suffering in pain for a time in the hospital. Most of us … Continue reading

6 Things Must You Do to Add 10 Healthy Years to Your Life

Studies on longevity have concluded that it is very possible and even probable that correcting unhealthy lifestyle habits at the age of 50 can add at least 10 healthy years to your life expectancy. Six actions to improve health and … Continue reading

What You Should Never Ignore

Just a few years ago one of my brothers passed away from a stroke. The doctor told us that it was so massive that he was probably dead before he hit the floor. His body was alive, but the brain … Continue reading

Ready for Your Own Funeral?

I’ve attended or been involved with four funerals in the past month. The one today was expected. A 70-year-old man battling cancer for several years. The previous was a 95-year-old man who died in his sleep. Prior to that was … Continue reading

Strategic Planning for Your Health

Many organizations have strategies for marketing, finances, sales, operations, etc. They know what they want, and they plan to achieve it. They set milestones and check progress regularly to determine that they are still on course. Why shouldn’t each of … Continue reading