Alex Rotas not only discovered a new hobby after her retirement, she discovered a passion that’s led to a whole new career. Find out what she’s learned about life by photographing athletes in their 70s, 80s, 90s and beyond.
He’s the man behind some of the most beloved songs in American history, and at 73, Neil Diamond is not only still making great new music, he’s happier and healthier than ever, thanks to the power of love. He explains.
Responsible for saving countless lives, Dr. Harold Freeman is one of the most important health-care pioneers ever. Find out how his forward thinking in cancer care changed the way all future patients would be treated.
In an instant, Miriam Paré went from being a college art student to a gun-shot victim and quadriplegic. She thought her dreams and aspirations were dead, until she discovered the magic world of mouth painting. Now, James Bond himself is a big fan of her work. She shares her incredible story of hope and inspiration.
World-renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Robert Masson is a passionate advocate for what he calls extreme recovery. It’s a philosophy he proved himself when he scaled the world’s tallest freestanding mountain just months after major surgery. He offers tips for taking control of your own health.
Sad news to report from Hollywood — one of the world’s most celebrated names in entertainment has died.
Mike Nichols was 83, and his work spanned the industry, from films, plays, TV and music. Known for work including “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,” “The Graduate,” “Silkwood” and “Working Girl,” Nichols also earned eight Tony awards, his most recent for the revival of “Death of a Salesman.”
Feel like you’re seeing double? Award-winning actor Michael Douglas just shared some fascinating behind-the-scenes information about his longtime professional and personal relationship with a man who looks eerily similar to himself.
After watching both of her parents die from Alzheimer’s disease, Molly Middleton Meyer knew there had to be a better way to care for people suffering from this horrible disease. She just never imagined that her passion for poetry and creative writing could be the key to opening up the doors of communication with those who’ve lost their voice.