The Not Old - Better Show

The Not Old - Better Show

Not Old – Better is a radio show that is broadcast over the Internet using podcast technology discussing the hottest issues and topics that fascinate and inform those 50+ Americans and are of interest and concern to boomers. Not Old – Better viewers and listeners can “tune in” whenever they want, giving them the freedom to enjoy the show in the gym, in the car, at home or work. A SHOW FOR THOSE 50+, BY THOSE 50+ Not Old – Better is produced one to two times a week, and each show is roughly 25 – 30 minutes long. The shows are hosted by Paul Vogelzang sharing opinions and experiences with the audience. Show topics discuss issues such as fitness, health, mindfulness, new products, technology, ideas, culture, film, music, literature and many other themes, matters and concerns for the 50+ audience. The hallmark of the show are in-depth guest interviews with leaders in health, fitness, technology, politics and many others. The scope of the show is international so expect to hear many guests from around the world. Check it out, please subscribe & enjoy! Please tells us what you think! Join us and offer your reviews and comments.... Show More

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September 10, 2020 30 min
Susan Dascenzi is the host of the newly created podcast, Spiritually Expressed Human, Navigating the Human Experience Check out our interview with this “no excuses” approach, born out of her own recovery. Susan Dascenzi will give a great deal in our time together, including some practical skills and tools to get out of the excuse mindset and on to the path of productivity, regardless of where we are in life.
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We are talking about butterflies today. As part of our Smithsonian Associates Inside Science Author Interview series, our guest today is science journalist and New York Times Bestselling author Wendy Williams. Wendy Williams will be presenting at the Smithsonian Associates program, Sept. 2, 2020, via Zoom, and the title of her presentation is “The Language of Butterflies: A Message of Hope."
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Many in our Not Old Better Show audience may have seen the headline: Baby boomers are experiencing a sharper drop in cognitive function as they age, relative to previous generations. The findings from the research, performed by our guest today, Dr. Hui Zheng, not only suggest that boomers will be more likely to develop conditions like dementia than past cohorts, but future aging generations may be at a similar heightened risk.
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Today’s show is about aging with HIV, and I think you’ll find our guest, Dennis Fleming, as I have, and that’s someone to root for, yes, because, today, his HIV is undetectable, but someone who is living a long, healthy life.
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Today’s interview which is previously recorded is with author Keach Hagey. Keach Hagey is a bylined staff writer with the Wall Street Journal, where she reports on media, and Keach Hagey has written a new book about the remarkable story of Sumner Redstone, his family legacy, and the battles for all he controlled.
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As part of our Fitness Friday interview series, today’s show is about one of my favorite subjects, muscle health, COVID, and disease immunity. And, we have just the person to discuss it with us in Dr. Suzette Pereira.
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Our Not Old Better Show audience will know she’s won two Emmys for her starring role as Debra Barone on the long-running comedy Everybody Loves Raymond, and followed that career-making role with another gem as Frances Heck on the popular sitcom The Middle. Enjoy our interview about all this, and her new book, Your Second Act.
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As part of our Smithsonian Associates Inside Science Series, our guest, Michael B. Toth, ‎president of R. B. Toth Associates will be discussing his pioneering work over the past two decades to reveal new historic information. Mike Toth offers examples of writings and drawings revealed with the latest advanced imaging systems by the international teams of researchers he leads.
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Just in time for the summer road trip season, Dr. Allen Pietrobon, an assistant professor of global Affairs at Trinity Washington University and an award-winning historian, takes us on a literary journey that explores the nature and impact of American travel stories.
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As part of our Art Of Living author interview series, today’s show is fascinating.
We’ll be speaking with author, academic, and journalist Alan Levinovitz about his new book, ‘Natural: “How Faith in Nature’s Goodness Leads to Harmful Fads…”.
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As part of our Art of Living, author interview series, our guests are father, daughter author team, Geoff Thatcher and Zoe Thatcher. Geoff Thatcher and Zoe Thatcher have co-written the new book, THE CEO'S TIME MACHINE.
It is impossible to predict the future of innovation and business success—what if you had a time machine? Where would you take it? Does going to the future provide you with answers? Are you missing the obvious i...
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As part of our Art of Living, author interview series, our guest today is baseball writer, historian, Alan Gaff. Alan Gaff is author of the new book, The Lost Memoir of Lou Gehrig.
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As part of our Art of Living Author Interview series, today’s show features author, Elizabeth Marshall Thomas. Elizabeth Marshall Thomas, the author of the new book, Growing Old; Notes o Aging With Something Like Grace, has spent a lifetime observing other creatures and other cultures from her own backyard to the African Savannah.
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Our guest today is Trevor Moawad. Trevor Moawad has been hailed as, “The World’s Best Trainer” by Sports Illustrated, and is the mental coach to Super Bowl-winning Quarterback Russell Wilson. What secrets for peak performance does he give elite athletes and U.S. Special Forces that we can apply to our own lives? Trevor Moawad gives us the answers and more.
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