Live Long, Die Short

A Guide to Authentic Health and
Successful Aging, Dr. Roger Landry, MD, MPH

Live Long, Die Short: A Guide to Authentic Health and Successful Aging by Dr. Landry is an Amazon top seller, has been endorsed by the AARP, is a gold medal winner in the Living Now Book Awards, and was a Top Pick in More magazine.

The book has an important message: How you age is up to you. The choices you make determine if you’ll live your life in a period of decline or continued growth. This book provides the research-based tools to make the best choices that optimize health, moving, growth, meaning, and purpose.

Official Summary of
Live Long, Die Short

by Dr. Roger Landry, MD,MPH

Roger Landry, M.D., M.P.H., and his colleagues spent decades bringing the findings of the MacArthur Foundation study to life with their Masterpiece Living program. An excellent refresher to Dr. Landry’s compelling book Live Long, Die Short: A Guide to Authentic Health and Successful Aging, Dr. Landry shares the incredible story of that program and lays out a path for anyone, at any point in life, who wants to age in a better way. (57 pages)

Successful Aging

by John Wallis Rowe M.D. (Author),
Robert L. Kahn (Author)

Research into aging was revolutionized by the MacArthur Study, which under the leadership of Drs. John W. Rowe and Robert L. Kahn, created a network of leading research scientists from key fields to determine what aging actually involves Successful Aging. They explode the myths about aging that have long shaped individual and institutional attitudes toward growing older, including the biggest myth of all: “The key to aging well is choosing your parents wisely.” In fact, lifestyle choices–more than genes–determine how well we age. The book outlines those vital choices, including changes in diet, types of exercise, mental stimulation, self-efficacy, and dynamic connections. These choices can make a difference no matter how late in life they are made.

Train Your Brain

How to Maximize Memory Ability in Older
Adulthood, Dr. Robert G. Winningham

Researchers have found that certain lifestyle factors predict the likelihood of developing memory problems. Train Your Brain was written to provide older adults, and the people who work with them, with practical and scientifically based suggestions and interventions on how to maintain and even improve memory ability.

Too Young to be Old

by Nancy Schlossberg, PhD

As the Baby Boomer generation reaches retirement age, the number of Americans ages 55 and older is growing dramatically. The question on our minds is: How do I age well? In this accessible and upbeat book, Nancy K. Schlossberg builds on the concepts she pioneered in her smash hits Retire Smart, Retire Happy and Revitalizing Retirement with an engaging take on positive aging.

The End of Stress As We Know It

by Bruce S. McEwen (Author), Elizabeth Lasley (Author)

This text invites us to improve our brain-body connections in approach to healthy living based on science. It aims to encourage to use our natural abilities to cope with stress, rather than falling victim to it.

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