Dr. Robert Goldman, one of the co-founders of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, is photographed in his trophy room in Chicago with hardware from 20 Guinness World Records for strength and endurance. "People should be healthy and strong well into 100 to 120 years of age," Goldman says in a biographical video. "That's what's really exciting — to live in a time period when the impossible is truly possible."
Dr. Robert Goldman, one of the co-founders of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, is photographed in his trophy room in Chicago with hardware from 20 Guinness World Records for strength and endurance. "People should be healthy and strong well into 100 to 120 years of age," Goldman says in a biographical video. "That's what's really exciting — to live in a time period when the impossible is truly possible."
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published Friday, August 19th, 2011
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