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Top celebrities and influencers in the health and wellness industry. Our favorite Longevity advocates.

  • Walter Rhein
    Published about a month ago
    Peruvian Olympian in a Race Against Parkinson's

    Peruvian Olympian in a Race Against Parkinson's

    Roberto Carcelen made history at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics when he became the first Peruvian to compete in the winter Olympics. Peru is a proud country with a rich history of athletic competition, but the moderate temperature makes training for winter sports uncommon in that region.
  • WatchMojo
    Published 2 months ago
    Top 10 Must Watch Doctor Mike Videos

    Top 10 Must Watch Doctor Mike Videos

    This charming YouTube doctor sure knows how to go viral. Welcome to WatchMojo, and today, we’re counting down our picks for the "Top 10 Doctor Mike Videos."
  • Megan Frost Babb
    Published 3 months ago
    An Open Letter to Justin Timberlake

    An Open Letter to Justin Timberlake

    While I recognize that I have a better chance of contracting dengue fever in my suburban city than there is of you actually reading this, I will try anyways. Here it goes.
  • Alyssa Day
    Published 5 months ago
    Like Jane Fonda

    Like Jane Fonda

    It goes without saying, that almost all of us are hooked on celebrity news, follow the stars in Instagram and in general facebook-addicted. That comes as no surprise, as they look a million dollars, behave like kings and queens, eat lavish meals and practice luxurious lifestyle. They are the envy of the whole world! Beautiful people are known to be party animals, late comers, and they are easy to spot right off. Ordinary people often claim showbiz representatives to encourage their friends, acquaintances mates of all kinds and even us to party. They are ready to start any event in a slap-dash way and enjoy it. But sometimes these party animals turn out to be not very loyal and chances are they will fool each other around or cheat. But in most cases they are just funny, witty, energetic and confident people with lots of ideas. They definitely stay green in people’s mind! Few people would doubt that star’s lifestyle is a dream, which has come true for only few artists. From the one hand, they take great efforts to look great and be always fit. Here, we have nothing to envy, as it takes almost all their time and there is almost no space left for privacy. But at the same time, you are paid for being glamorous, fit, groomed and so on! Why not to follow a strict diet, dress to kill, visit official events like charity evenings, world music awards, and all of that kind, if you are paid for this? Seems quite easy and logical! Everyone would be happy to know some secrets, that help keep youth, beauty, and energy for many years. I’m delighted with Jane Fonda, who is in her early eighties. Can you imagine? An American actress, writer, producer, political activist, fitness guru, and former fashion model has always managed to be an example of an ideal woman and she is happy to share her diet and fitness tips for those who are in bid to get in shape. Things to take into account include, first of all, healthy eating, good fitness regime and everything, having to do with these key points. Almost nothing new, but with interesting details!
  • Maxine Harrison
    Published 9 months ago
    Having Faith and Living with Neurofibromatosis

    Having Faith and Living with Neurofibromatosis

    Adam Pearson has presented several BBC documentaries and plays a main character in the film Under The Skin, alongside Scarlett Johansson. Diagnosed with neurofibromatosis type I, a genetic disorder that causes tumors to form on nerve tissue, he passionately campaigns to raise awareness of this disability. Before taking to the big screens, Adam attended the University of Brighton and Emmanuel Church, which happened to be the same university and church I attended whilst living in Brighton. I reached out to Adam for an interview, to which he generously agreed. This is the interview below:
  • Judy Mae
    Published about a year ago
    Dua Lipa’s Little Sis Has a Two-Colored Eye – What Is That?

    Dua Lipa’s Little Sis Has a Two-Colored Eye – What Is That?

    I was scrolling through my Instagram feed absentmindedly when I saw a post of Dua Lipa with her little sister, Rina Lipa.
  • Rachel Carrington
    Published 2 years ago
    'Pretty Little Liars' Star Sasha Pieterse Is Bringing Attention To A Women's Health Issue On 'Dancing With The Stars'

    'Pretty Little Liars' Star Sasha Pieterse Is Bringing Attention To A Women's Health Issue On 'Dancing With The Stars'

    A diagnosis of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) caused Sasha Pieterse, Pretty Little Liars star and current Dancing with the Stars contestant, to gain 70 pounds in a mere two years. Weight gain, even with regular exercise, is one of the most common symptoms of the hormonal disorder, which can also cause irregular periods.
  • Rachel Carrington
    Published 2 years ago
    Selena Gomez Had A Kidney Transplant Due To Lupus—And Her Best Friend Was The Donor

    Selena Gomez Had A Kidney Transplant Due To Lupus—And Her Best Friend Was The Donor

    While Selena Gomez was giving back this week to Hand in Hand, helping to raise money for victims of Hurricane Harvey, none of her fans knew she was still recovering from a life-saving operation. Gomez kept silent about the surgery until revealing to her 126 million followers on Instagram that she'd undergone a kidney transplant this summer.
  • Rachel Carrington
    Published 2 years ago
    George Clooney Lived For Years With A Debilitating Injury That Made Him Think He Was Going To Die

    George Clooney Lived For Years With A Debilitating Injury That Made Him Think He Was Going To Die

    Since breaking onto the movie screen in From Dusk Til Dawn, George Clooney has always seemed larger than life, an actor who wasn't afraid to take on any role that meant something to him. For twenty years, he has graced the big screen with his charm and good looks, but after a fall on the set of Syria in 2005, Clooney fought a private, hellish battle of debilitating headaches and unyielding pain.
  • Rachel Carrington
    Published 2 years ago
    Maria Menounos Tells Women To 'Put Themselves First' After She Exits E! News To Treat Brain Tumor

    Maria Menounos Tells Women To 'Put Themselves First' After She Exits E! News To Treat Brain Tumor

    Maria Menounos had been an E! News anchor since 2015, but after stepping down to deal with a benign brain tumor, now removed, she's encouraging women to put themselves first and listen to their bodies.
  • Max Fisher
    Published 2 years ago
    Lady Gaga on Chronic Pain: 'I Don’t Know What I’d Do If I Didn’t Have the Money to Get Someone to Help Me'

    Lady Gaga on Chronic Pain: 'I Don’t Know What I’d Do If I Didn’t Have the Money to Get Someone to Help Me'

    Five Foot Two, the documentary that follows the life of Lady Gaga as she delves into her life of music, passion, love, family, performance, and chronic pain. Vanity Fair described it as a “powerful, thrilling portal into Lady Gaga’s life.” I definitely agree, it was a riveting and thought-provoking watch. Beyond the fame and notoriety, her honest and candid portrayal of life with chronic pain was more than just relatable, it was like looking in a mirror.
  • Gabrielle Wilson
    Published 2 years ago
    Fenty Beauty Opens Room for Discussion About the Makeup Industry

    Fenty Beauty Opens Room for Discussion About the Makeup Industry

    A few months ago, Rihanna, the world-wide popular singer, writer, and actress, released her own makeup brand know as Fenty Beauty, named after herself. Rihanna saw the cries of the market and she answered; it was heard loud and clear, but not just by the market and the POC who finally had some of their concerns and wishes answered.