Get a modern, even radical, understanding of the aging process, and learn not only how to live longer but how to make later years more pleasant and active. Seventy-three year old Dr. Marion Diamond, professor of anatomy at University of California, Berkley, has been researching the impact of aging on the brain for more than 35 years. Now, she's challenging the notion of aging as everything going downhill with proof that new environments stimulate new nerve cell growth, no matter what age. Dr. Nicholas Paricone, a New Haven Connecticut dermatologist for the last 15 years has been researching methods which he believes can prevent the aging of the exterior of the body without resorting to surgery. From the notion of skin aging as an inflammatory disease, to the powerful effects of environment and diet, join host Dr. Howard Torman on a walk through the modern analysis of aging and prevention.