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JANE SEYMOUR'S OPEN HEART


You know and love Jane Seymour from her iconic roles on film and TV or from her wildly popular Open Hearts line of jewelry, but did you know she's also on a mission to inspire and empower people to turn their personal adversities into opportunities to help others? She sits down with Growing Bolder to describe the joys of embracing her age, trying new things and never giving up.

Click here to get inspired by Jane Seymour's passion for living, making a difference and most importantly, celebrating the entire journey of life.
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What is it about calling someone an old lady that is so insulting? Guest blogger Terri Hardesty, a former award-winning TV news reporter and producer of an Oscar-nominated documentary, says when another driver called her an "old lady," it hit her hard. Click here to read her post.
What should you look for these days from your family doctor? And have you considered an integrative medicine physician? Dr. Christopher Smith of the UCF College of Medicine has some advice. Click here to listen.
Patty Duke, the teen who won an Oscar for The Miracle Worker and later played "identical cousins" in her own TV sitcom, died this week of sepsis from a ruptured intestine. She was 69. Duke won an Academy Award in 1963, at age 16, for her portrayal of Helen Keller in The Miracle Worker—becoming the youngest Oscar recipient at the time. That same year, she became the youngest to ever have a TV series bearing her name, The Patty Duke Show, which ran for three seasons. Duke was nominated for an Emmy Award in 1965 for her dual performance as two identical cousins. She was officially diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 1982 and was one of the first celebrities to go public about the illness. Throughout her lifetime, she remained a tireless advocate for raising awareness about mental health issues. Our thoughts are with her family and fans around the world.
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