Lisa Buyer is the branding, public relations and social media editor of Ageology. Lisa is a faculty member of the ClickZ Academy and a frequent national and international speaker on the topics of Online Media, Social PR and Brand PR. Lisa practices yoga in between writing and working with clients and companies she believes in
Ageology Launches to Chicago Baby Boomers, Gen X and Gen YFeb 17, 2012 16:01 EST
Put down the pizza, pick up the dumbbell. Ageology Likes This! Baby Boomers, Echo-boomers (born to baby-boomers), Xers and Generation Y have one thing in common, they want to stay young and be healthy.
There’s a new social profile in town: Ageology
Ageology, an anti-aging social network, launched in an effort to help bridge the health disconnect; the gap between public perception and the scientific facts about health, nutrition, fitness and bioidentical hormones. Debuting first in the Chicago market, Ageology’s mission is to offer men and women online access to expert and qualified physicians, informed and educated news, resources and studies as way to help make healthy lifestyle decisions.
Disease is preventable, Ageology spreads the social word
Heart disease, cancer, diabetes and obesity are the leading causes of death in the United States, and are also the most preventable. Ageology plans on being the resource to separate the anti-aging facts and fiction when it comes to health, nutrition, fitness and hormone therapy.
Chicago is ranked the 16th best city for staying young, according to Real Age and Ageology’s Chief Medical Director Dr. Paul Savage would like to see Chicago be the number one city for staying young.
The science of aging - Ageology
“The most important thing about aging is that consumers can control the ability to live longer than expected with a greater quality of life. Aging is inevitable; the rate of aging is not,” said Savage who is a nationally recognized anti-aging expert and contributor to Ageless, Suzanne Somers #1 New York Times bestseller.
It’s a healthy fact, humans are living longer with the average life expectancy being 80 and some anti-aging advocates like Suzanne Somers plan on celebrating birthdays well past 100. (today's life expectancy is about 75 for men and 80 for women)
What to expect from Ageology:
- Curated news with expert physician opinions and commentary
- First anti-aging social media community
- A place to interact ask questions get answers
- Hosted Chat sessions on Twitter and Facebook, mingle with the nation’s anti-aging experts
- Stress, sleep, sex questions answered
- Cancer, hormones, facts, rumors and fiction
- PMS. Menopause and hormonal imbalance
- Men, testosterone, health and what matters to support longevity and balance
- Sources, where do you turn, who do you believe?