Conversations Live: Healthy Aging

With one in every seven Americans now over the age of 65, it’s no wonder adult development and aging is a rapidly expanding field of study. What’s normal aging? What’s not? And what control do we have over our own aging process?

Guests

Marty SliwinskiProf. Marty Sliwinski
Director, Center for Healthy Aging

Amy LorekProf. Amy Lorek
Assistant Research Professor

Mary RaffettoMary Raffetto, RD, CSG, LDN
Registered Dietitian at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

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