Good afternoon, you’re listening to Spotlight Health, on Aspen Public Radio.
I’m Elise Thatcher, and this is the fourth in our series on critical health issues.
We’re going to explore the state of health and sports these days especially kids’ athletics.
“We put kids in uniform at age three, we got adults screaming on the sidelines at age six, and we create the travel teams at seven and eight…”
We’ll also get the details on research about staying young… using younger blood. You may have already heard about it.
“This research, may suggest that Bram Stoker had ideas ahead of his time.
That was a medical professor named Andrew Randall commenting on the shocking news on what may make us all live forever. Drinking blood?
It doesn’t actually involve children’s blood… but we’ll let our guest explain.
That’s this hour on Spotlight Health.
Episode 4 of 6 in a series to explore key health issues, with guests also participating in the Aspen Ideas Festival Spotlight: Health programming this summer.
This program is supported by The Anschutz Medical Campus. This June, The Anschutz Medical Campus and 300 other health and health care leaders will be featured at Spotlight: Health at the Aspen Institute. More information about how The Anschutz Campus is pioneering the way medical discoveries, teaching and practices work together, can be found at AnschutzMedicalCampusColorado.com.