- 1984 ----- color ----- 27 min ----- vhs
Examines the physiological signs of aging on the human body. Explores why people age at different rates. Presents the distinctions between the changes of normal aging and diseases people are more prone to as they get older. Examines cellular changes and the effectiveness of internal organs, such as kidneys, lungs, heart and the circulation system. Explains calcium breakdown in bones. Shows that not all the changes in older people are inevitable and that some changes in the aging body can be slowed down or reversed by exercise.
- Topics: (Biology, Gerontology, Physiology)