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Thursday, August 28, 2014         

Young at Heart 2014

Aiea resident beat a prognosis of one year left to live
William "Willy" Pelayo, now 57, had contracted a virus at 37 that resulted in cardiomyopathy, a type of progressive heart disease through which the heart can become abnormally enlarged. Story »
Frank Hinshaw, president of Skydive Hawaii, has made 1,200 jumps from planes cruising as high as 15,000 feet, but these days polo is what gives him an adrenaline rush. Story »

Tennis is not Joe Ahue's only sport. He also golfs -- he had a hole-in-one in 1983 -- and surfs most days. He could have a few more sports going by the time he turns 77 in May. Story »

At age 80, Sylvia Waiwaiole-Hopfe has found her calling in an unlikely place -- the Internet -- through her online ministry, "Reaching the World for Christ." Story »

Whenever Richard Afuso visited his mother-in-law at her Kauai nursing home, he noticed that music would lift her spirits. "This guy comes and plays the piano, they all wake up," he said. "That really motivated me to go learn." Story »

Many (perhaps most) of us "post-midlifers" took health and safety for granted during the first half of life. However, the second half brings some of life's greatest challenges. Story »

Aging baby boomers want to stay in their own homes as long as possible, and a way to do that, the so-called village concept, is catching on. Story »


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