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Growing Bolder Podcast

Resilience and risk taking. Meaning and mission. Passion and perseverance. Growing Bolder is not just media, it's a movement. Through its TV and radio shows, magazine, website and popular social media channels, Growing Bolder's EMMY® Award-winning broadcast journalists are Rebranding Aging® by sharing the inspirational stories of men and women redefining the possibilities of life after 45. Learn more at GrowingBolder.com.

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Growing Bolder: Marilu Henner; Oscar Robertson; Rowdy Gaines; Jeremy Bloom; Cheryl Strayed; Mark Hyman


Don’t wait for the New Year to get your health under control. In this episode of Growing Bolder, actress Marilu Henner shares what she’s learned about her gift of memory and teaches you how to give yourself a memory makeover. Plus, NBA great shares his personal experiences with prostate cancer and helps clear through the confusion; and renowned physician Dr. Mark Hyman explains how obesity is crippling our nation and offers a do-it-yourself health plan to get yourself back on track.
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Growing Bolder: Lynn Sherr; Alan Luks; Dr. Susan Mitchell; Robert Levithan


Did you know Julius Caesar won a battle thanks to his swimming prowess? Journalist Lynn Sherr dives into the fascinating history of swimming and reveals what draws so many of us to the water. Then, do you get a “helper’s high” when volunteering? One of the world’s top experts on volunteering explains why it does just as much good for you as it does for the people you’re helping.
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Growing Bolder: Gayle King; Michael Gelb; Howard Mosher; Temple Grandin


Gayle King says she’s living the dream. The CBS “This Morning” host says one of the most exciting parts about aging these days is you never know what the next chapter will be. Plus, Temple Grandin is the most famous autistic person in the world. She shares what she’s learned about autism and how she helps other families. Then, we remember the prolific author called the modern-day Twain, who credited his cancer diagnosis with making him truly value living.
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Growing Bolder: Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy; Lynn Hill; Bill Nye; Ruben Gonzalez


Hollywood stars Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy discuss their long careers and long marriage, both oddities in the entertainment industry. Find out their secrets to both. Plus, meet 57-year-old rock climbing superstar Lynn Hill, who continues to smash stereotypes and change the perception of women in her sport. And the always entertaining Bill Nye the Science Guy explains why, after years of teaching kids, he’s trying to get more adults excited about science.
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Growing Bolder: Scott Hamilton; Robert Swan; George Etzweiler; Jacqueline Bisset


Scott Hamilton has faced stage 4 testicular cancer and three brain tumors. He famously lost his high-profile dream broadcasting gig to two much younger people and he’s overcome a lifetime of hardships, including being adopted, being “too short” to skate and falling in love with figure skating, a sport his family couldn’t afford. The Olympic gold medalist, broadcaster, author and father says despite it all, he remains an eternal optimist. He talks to Growing Bolder about his latest book, Finish First: Winning Changes Everything, and explains why he wants to change the recent perception that a drive to be the best is a bad thing.
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