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    #229 Pay Us To Exercise – Sabrena Jo

    #229 Pay Us To Exercise - Sabrena Jo

    Fitness Friday News What’s worse than losing your life? Losing a few bucks, apparently. According to research conducted by the American Heart Association, threatening coronary-heart-disease patients with money loss could help motivate them to exercise more, according to new research published in Journal of the American Heart Association. Creating financial motivation for healthy behavior isn’t a brand-new […] More

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    #228 The Talk Test – Sabrena Jo – Fitness Friday

    #228 The Talk Test - Sabrena Jo - Fitness Friday

    Fitness Friday News Today’s show is part of our Fitness Friday series, and it’s another great one in our Fitness Friday programs.  We’ll be hearing from returning guest, Sabrena Jo, who’ll join us in just a minute.  Sabrena Jo is a favorite with our Not Old Better audience and is the American Council on Exercise, Director of Science and Research Content. Sabrena Jo will be here to share […] More

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    #226 What Diplomats Know – Nicholas Kralev

    #226 What Diplomats Know - Nicholas Kralev

    Smithsonian Associates – Art of Living Series Few countries around the world cultivate a well-trained corps of professional diplomats— career Foreign Service officers with in-depth expertise in managing a country’s relations with other states. Ambassadorial and other diplomatic posts are occasionally given out as rewards for political connections and campaign success to people who need […] More

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    #225 Leg Exercise and The Brain – Leg Day Matters

    #225 Leg Exercise and The Brain - Leg Day Matters

    Fitness Friday News New research shows that using the legs, particularly in weight-bearing exercise, sends signals to the brain that are vital for the production of healthy neural cells. The groundbreaking study fundamentally alters brain and nervous system medicine — giving doctors new clues as to why patients with motor neuron disease, multiple sclerosis, spinal muscular […] More

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    #223 Kimbal Musk – Future of Food Farming

    #223 Kimbal Musk - Future of Food Farming

    The Not Old Better Show – Food, Nutrition & Travel Today’s show is part of our Food Nutrition and Travel series, and it’s another great one. We’ve got an important story and interview with Kimbal Musk about farming. That’s right, Farming. And, this newly devised technology by Musk, and the new growing methods are truly […] More

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    #222 Healthy Aging with Go4Life

    #222 Healthy Aging with Go4Life

    Healthy Aging with Go4Life: Fitness Friday Series Interview with NIA’s Stephanie Dailey Today’s show is part of our Not Old Better Show Fitness Friday series, and it’s another great one in our Fitness Friday programs. We’ve got an important story about an important program from the National Institute on Aging, one of the 27 institutes and Centers at […] More

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    #221 Keith Hernandez – I’m Keith Hernandez

      Keith Hernandez – I’m Keith Hernandez I love this time of year.  It’s the start of baseball season.  I grew up rooting for the SF Giants, attending 40-50 games a year at the old Candlestick Park, having been born in SF. Certainly one of my favorite players, also Bay Area born and raised, was […] More

  • Case Study: WaterAid.org

    One person in three lacks access to adequate sanitation. The result is widespread death & disease – especially among children – and social marginalization. Women are particularly vulnerable. Poor sanitation exposes females to the risk of assault, and when schools cannot provide clean & safe toilets, girls’ attendance drop. The Not Old – Better Show: Creative Entry […] More

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    #220 Antioxidant Nutraceutical Makes Blood Vessels Younger

    #220 Antioxidant Nutraceutical Makes Blood Vessels Younger

      Fitness Friday News Research out this week shows that older adults who take an antioxidant that specifically targets mitochondria see age-related changes in blood vessels reverse by the equivalent of 15 to 20 years within six weeks, a new study proves. The study, published this week in the American Heart Association journal Hypertension, adds to a growing body […] More

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