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Growing Bolder: Dan Buettner; Dr. Jane Aronson; Christopher Rufo; Anne Abernathy

How do your five best friends influence your health decisions? Does your city make activity an easy choice? Longevity expert Dan Buettner explains how these factors could be shortening the length of your life.

She’s one of the world’s foremost international adoption experts and pediatrician to some of the most high-profile adoptive families, and she’s weighing in on whether you’re ever too old to adopt. Find out what Dr. Jane Aronson wants every family and potential family to know about the increasingly dire situation for orphans worldwide.

In the “Age of Champions,” filmmaker Christopher Rufo shines a light on the extraordinary and inspirational men and women competing in masters sports and the National Senior Games. Find out how he sees attitudes changing about older people.

She made international headlines around the world after making her first Olympics at 34, then appearing in the next five Games. Now Anne Abernathy, aka Grandma Luge, a cancer survivor, has a new goal — qualifying for the 2016 SUMMER games at 63 in a new sport, archery.

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