By Peter Balyta, Ph.D.
On Oct. 26, I turned 50 years old. While many argue that 50 is the new 40, I think it is still fairly normal to feel a bit apprehensive about reaching the half-century mark. For me, it’s a deeply personal milestone: My dad died when he was 50 years old of a massive heart attack, his second in two years. I was a 20-year-old kid at the time and forced to learn an excruciatingly painful lesson on how short and fragile life can be.
Click here to read more.