The Not Old Better Show, Prevention Magazine Interview Series
Welcome to The Not Old Better Show Prevention Magazine Health and Wellness Interview Series. I’m Paul Vogelzang, and I want to greet our audience, but I want to greet those READERS of Prevention Magazine certainly. This is our second episode in our Editor in Chief series, and today we’re tackling some of the most pressing health topics that are crucial for our audience—adults over 60 who are committed to living their best lives. Let’s get right into it: we have another packed show!
First up is our monthly conversation with Editor-in-Chief Sarah Smith, and we’re discussing natural remedies for arthritis pain, a topic featured in Prevention Magazine’s upcoming November issue. Among our topics today, which natural remedies show the most promise for arthritis pain?
For those in our audience who may be skeptical about trying natural remedies, what advice can you offer? What about the TENS device, often known as the TENS unit? From arthritis to how we approach the cold and flu season. Which myths about cold and flu will the November issue debunk? How do these myths specifically impact our older population? And, To stay healthy during the cold and flu season, what preventive measures would you recommend for our audience?
I want to introduce Emily Goldman to The Not Old Better Show Prevention Magazine Health and Wellness Interview Series audience. Emily Goldman is the deputy editor at Prevention. She’s spent her career editing and writing about health, wellness, beauty, fashion, and food for Martha Stewart Living, Martha Stewart Weddings, Bridal Guide, Good Housekeeping, and more. She’s loved all things health and wellness since starting her bi-weekly podcast Pancreas Pals—a series all about the highs and lows of living life with type 1 diabetes. Emily Goldman and I will discuss her cover story, “Is Diabetes Reversible?” Emily will share her personal experience with Type 1 diabetes and how that experience shaped the narrative of her story this month. We’ll also discuss the latest scientific findings regarding the reversibility of diabetes, especially for older adults. And how lifestyle changes contribute to managing or even reversing diabetes.
My thanks to Prevention Magazine’s Editor in Chief Sarah Smith. My thanks to Emily Goldman is the deputy editor at Prevention. Thank you, Emily and Sarah, for your invaluable insights. And thank you, our audience, for tuning in. Remember, knowledge is power, and it’s never too late to live your best life. The Not Old Better Show Prevention Magazine Health and Wellness Interview Series. Check it out next month, and please sign up for the Prevention Magazine Virtual Run. Everything will be in our show notes today…Be well, be safe, and Let’s Talk About Better…The Not Old Better Show, Prevention Magazine Health and Wellness interview series. Until next time, stay informed and stay healthy; thanks, everybody, and we will see you next month.
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