Best of 60 Minutes
Do you want to live to a ripe old age? 60 Minutes shared advice for longevity from living experts, and also assessed some of the health challenges associated with getting on in years. Other recent stories have included gender-based dosing for the drug Ambien, pediatric mental health, and the success of a blind piano virtuoso.
60 Minutes: How To Live To Age 90 + How Long To Exercise for Longevity
Do you want to live to be age 90 or older? Researchers have been taking a close look at a retirement community where the so-called “Oldest Old” are thriving, to find out what lifestyle changes helped them to hang in there for all these years.
–> 60 Minutes: How To Live To Age 90 + How Long To Exercise for Longevity
60 Minutes: Romance in Old Age & Low Blood Pressure Dementia Risk?
What is the connection between low blood pressure and Dementia? Learn what researchers shared on 60 Minutes that they are learning about a person’s propensity toward Alzheimer’s Disease. Plus, discover how love is blooming later in life for some older adults.
–> 60 Minutes: Romance in Old Age & Low Blood Pressure Dementia Risk?
60 Minutes: Ambien Dose, Female Vs Male Stem Cells + FDA Reevaluation?
For many years, doctors have been incorrectly prescribing the sleep drug Ambien, and only recently has it been discovered that the dosing should be different for women than it is for men. Could this lead to a major change in the way other drugs are prescribed by gender? 60 Minutes looked into it.
–> 60 Minutes: Ambien Dose, Female Vs Male Stem Cells + FDA Reevaluation?
60 Minutes: Blind Piano Virtuoso Marcus Roberts 50th Birthday
Marcus Roberts is a talented and experienced piano virtuoso. To make his success even more impressive, the musician has been blind for most of his life. Learn how he has thrived while living with a disability that might have seemed daunting.
–> 60 Minutes: Blind Piano Virtuoso Marcus Roberts 50th Birthday
60 Minutes: Creigh Deeds Stabbing & Pediatric Mental Healthcare
Mental Health has been a hot button issue in the American conversation for years, but it’s often seen by some as too difficult to handle. A Virginia state senator spoke with 60 Minutes about the challenges that he and other parents face when it comes to getting appropriate pediatric mental healthcare for their children.
–> 60 Minutes: Creigh Deeds Stabbing & Pediatric Mental Healthcare
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