The Greatest Generation, as a famous television anchor once called it, produced many quiet heroes.

On the campus of Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta sits a large three-story gray-green house with white trim and a neatly manicured lawn.

When we think of age, we often think of a number and we ask questions like how long do you want to live or at what age did your relatives live to? That’s because we typically think of age in terms of lifespan – or the average length of life.

With farmers’ markets and gardens in full abundance come summertime, you’re probably eating more vegetables. But do you need to take the extra, time-consuming step of peeling them?

Ashamed. Embarrassed. Afraid. All too often, these emotions stop people from sharing their mental health concerns with a doctor.

I had coffee with an old friend who’s built a remarkable career in the communications field over the past four decades.

It's time to stop worrying about getting old and start enjoying it.
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