• New Podcast to Focus on the Bright Side of Longevity

    Experts from Masterpiece Living, a multi-specialty group that has spent more than 20 years providing guidance on aging science and living with passion, purpose and growth, have teamed up for a new podcast focusing on lifestyle and longevity. Dr. Roger & Friends: The Bright Side of Longevity features award-winning author and expert in the field of aging, Dr. […]

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  • The Fireside Becomes the Bright Side!

    After six years of the popular Fireside Conversations, MPL President, Dr. Roger Landry, brings this newsletter to a close to make way for exciting changes in 2020! Dr. Roger, along with team members Teresa Beshwate and Danielle Palli, join forces for a new podcast and newsletter about the Bright Side of Longevity. READ MORE

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  • Growing Bolder’s Launchpad to What’s Next!

    Launchpad to What’s Next is a fast-paced, entertaining and inspirational pledge program that shares the secrets to healthy aging and active longevity. Hosted by award-winning journalist, Marc Middleton, the program features an all-star team of national experts including: long-distance swimming icon Diana Nyad; longevity expert Dr. Roger Landry; personal finance guru Jean Chatzky; Blue Zones […]

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  • The Nature of Character (Reflections on Character Day)

    Each year in September, the Masterpiece Living team participates in Character Day, a global initiative that encourages us to explore our character strengths and develop ways to use these strengths in our everyday lives – for ourselves and to support those around us.  Below is an article from Masterpiece Living President, Dr. Roger Landry, that reflects […]

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  • Now Available as an Audiobook: The Official Summary of Live Long, Die Short (An Amazon Bestseller)

    The Official Summary of Live Long, Die Short, by award-winning author, Dr. Roger Landry, MD, MPH, is now available on Audible, Amazon and iTunes. An Amazon bestseller in the Aging and Aging Parents category, this complete – and authorized – summary distills the insights from Dr. Roger Landry’s book Live Long, Die Short: a Guide to Authentic Health and Successful Aging.  […]

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  • The Live Long, Die Short Book Club Facilitator’s Guide

    Are you looking for a ways to connect with others and discuss the concepts in Dr. Roger Landry’s award-winning book, Live Long, Die Short: A Guide to Authentic Health and Successful Aging? The Live Long, Die Short Book Club Facilitator’s Guide is now available on the Live Long, Die Short  website and can be found […]

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  • Behind the Scenes at Launchpad to What’s Next LIVE!

    MPL President, Dr. Roger Landry, presented at Growing Bolder’s recent, “Launchpad to What’s Next LIVE!” We were able to tag along, and caught some behind-the-scenes footage to show the work, dedication and love that goes into putting an event of this magnitude together. Here are a few favorite snippets of our time watching the preparations, […]

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  • Tips for Adding More Movement into Your Day

    “If exercise could be packed into a pill, it would be the single most widely prescribed and beneficial medicine in the nation.”  ~Dr. Robert Butler  In Dr. Roger Landry’s award-winning book, Live Long, Die Short: A Guide to Authentic Health and Successful Aging, Dr. Roger shares a great tip for adding more purposeful movement into your day.  Here’s […]

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  • Laugh Your Way to Health

    By: Dr. Roger Landry, MD, MPH When author, political journalist and world peace advocate, Norman Cousins, learned that he had a degenerative spinal disease, he did what no one would have expected … he laughed. Armed with Marx Brothers movies and reruns of Candid Camera, he immediately noticed that within ten minutes of laughing, his […]

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  • Learn Something New

    By: Dr. Roger Landry, MD, MPH Most of what they told us in medical school about the brain . . . was wrong! Back then, the prevailing belief was that once we reached physical maturity, our brains ceased to make new brain tissue. We thought that aging gradually depleted the neurons of our brains, leading […]

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