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Living With Cancer: Beverlye Hyman Fead

Telling your loved ones you have been diagnosed with a disease can be heartbreaking. See how one woman started Surviving and Thriving.

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Mamy Rock

Her name is Ruth Flowers — but her fans … hundreds of thousands of them … know her better as Mamy Rock.

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5 Tips To Keep Your Memories Forever

Alzheimer’s continues to steal memories in alarming numbers, but there is good news. Study after study confirms your lifestyle choices can delay or even prevent the onset of dementia. Find out the top five choices you can make to keep your memories.

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Starting Over, Growing Bolder

Wendy Chioji has been the face of Orlando news for 20 years. Her battle with breast cancer enlightened all women; her determination to help others was only equaled by her dedication to becoming a world-class athlete.

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We shine the spotlight on ordinary people in pursuit of extraordinary lives. We believe it's not about age; it's about attitude, and we know that each one of you can pursue your own passions.

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Growing Bolder With…Roger McGuinn: Make It On Your Own

Years ago, if you wanted to make it in the music business, you had to find a record company, a major studio, a band and more. But times have changed, and Roger McGuinn says that now anyone can pursue their passions with easy, inexpensive equipment and technology.

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Growing Bolder With…Rowdy Gaines: Peaks and Valleys

In life, we celebrate the good times — and often rue the bad. But Olympian Rowdy Gaines says that in his experience, the times that he has faced difficulty and defeat made him a better athlete and a better person.