SCIENCE VS. PSEUDOSCIENCE

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by Gregory Tranah, PhD As scientists, it is our obligation to present the results of our research to the general public in a way that is understandable and actionable. This is especially true for those of us working in fields where misinformation and pseudoscience are directly causing harm to us and our planet. Whether the […]

AGING LIES

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by Christine Scioli Have you noticed that we premise much of our conversations these days on letting folks know whether we are telling the truth or lying? We say, “truth be told” or “I’m not going to lie to you” or “honestly” before we state what we are about to say – by way of […]

“AM I NECESSARY?”

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By Larry Hayes, ActiveOver50 Not a question you normally ask yourself when you’re young and healthy. But when you suffer a major jolt later in your life, the question may come up. At age 86, legendary longevity expert Dr. Walter M. Bortz received a tremendous jolt last year with the passing of his wife Ruth […]

BADASS CODGERS

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by Christine Scioli As a partner in a small, indie production company not in LA, I have some disdain for lackluster network programming that some might translate as profound jealousy for a steady paycheck. However, NBC’s Better Late Than Never is one of the funniest show’s I’ve ever seen. I watched the first episode twice, […]

Extraordinary Aging Experts

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Extraordinary Aging Experts By: Christine Scioli As a partner in a small film and video production company, I’ve had the pleasure of working closely with exceptional scientists and physicians on many projects. Years ago Dr. Isaac Asimov astounded me with his ability to explain complicated theories in simple terms while narrating the documentary film Innovations, […]