But if you haven’t already noticed, 55 is no longer old. The average life span for Canadians is 81.2 years, 25 years longer than it was a century ago, and a bit higher than Americans. It’s a nice, long life, and we all hope to enjoy it. We want to be healthy, and we want to look our best — it’s a package. Good looks, good health and good attitude go together.
For four decades, I have been a plastic surgeon with an abiding interest in anti-aging strategies. Twenty years ago, in the first edition of The Youth Corridor I offered readers what I have been offering to my patients at my practice; a realistic approach to looking their best. It has been very rewarding to know that over the years, thousands of patients have benefitted from these strategies.
In this weekly column, I intend to address a range of issues, from how we age, what accelerates aging, the science of skin care and self help, information from the experts, and periodically, we will devote this space to answering questions posed by readers. In addition, we will try to directly answer your questions. Please feel free to contact us at email@example.com. Obviously, not every question will find its way into print, but we will try our best to communicate, and help you live happily in the Youth Corridor.
Gerald Imber, MD, is an internationally known plastic surgeon and anti-aging authority. Learn more at youthcorridorclinic.com
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