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Active Baby Boomers can pursue their passions for decades, and now, even a potentially serious injury no longer has to sideline them. World-renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Robert Masson explains the crucial role patients play in their own recoveries. Click here to find out what prehab could mean for your recovery.
 
 
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LONG LIVE LEO!
GOLFER TEES OFF FOR AN AMAZING FEAT

This week, 95-year-old Leo Luken shot a 92 -- the 1,000th time he's shot his age, one of the most difficult feats in golf (click here to see him in action). We've been following Leo ever since he whipped Arnold Palmer and Gary Player in the National Shoot Your Age Championship. The winner is the golfer who shoots the most strokes under his age. Leo, then 87, shot an 81. Leo told us this week that he still plays golf three times a week and tries to shoot his age every time. Click below to listen to our most recent radio interview with Leo and hear the passion in his voice for staying active and improving his game.
 
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DO ELITE ATHLETES PAY A PRICE?
GROWING BOLDER BLOGS

Last Thursday, our pal, world champion cyclist Sandy Scott, was riding high from his wildly successful trip to the Georgia Golden Games, where once again the 73-year-old raced past competitors decades younger to pick up a couple new state championships and break course records. But just days later, he found himself in the hospital undergoing a battery of tests on his heart and two invasive procedures. In a blog post on GrowingBolder.com, Sandy wonders: why are so many elite athletes like himself dealing with heart and cancer issues?
 
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LEAN INTO A NEW YOU
SMALL CHANGES, BIG RESULTS


You know you should lose weight and lower your blood pressure, but retooling your whole diet can feel so overwhelming. Health and wellness expert Kathy Freston instead wants you to start leaning toward a healthier lifestyle, one tweak at a time. Kathy shares her number one tip to help you get started and reveals the ingredient most responsible for helping us lose weight. Start leaning!

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ROAD TO FITNESS
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When you think of truck drivers, you likely picture someone who's at least carrying around a considerable paunch. After all, truckers sit most of the time and usually consume a lot of fast food. But that's an image Ironman triathlete and long-haul driver Siphiwe Baleka is on a mission to change. He explains how he's coaching his fellow drivers to get fit on the road, one mile at a time.

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