How to be Healthy When You’re Older

February 5, 2015

Northwestern University, Chicago Campus, Hughes Auditorium
303 East Superior Street, Chicago, IL, USA


Everyone gets older. With age comes wisdom, but also a long list of possible age-related health problems. From mobility problems to heart disease, to difficulty hearing and seeing, many people are concerned about what will happen to them as they approach old age.

But does it always have to be this way? Do we really need to have such fear of our golden years? Aging might be inescapable, but it doesn’t mean that our health has to suffer.

In this program, three panelists will talk about the latest research and developments that will help us maintain health and quality of life when we get older. Whether you are worried about your own future, or you have friends or relatives who are getting older, this program will give you information about how to stay healthier for as long as you can.


Event Details

Thursday, February 5th, 2015. Reception at 5:00pm, program starts at 6:00pm

This program is now free! However, registration is encouraged.

Discounted parking is available to the first 50 attendees, at the 202 E Huron parking garage. Ask at the C2ST registration table, and you can purchase a ticket to exit the garage at a discounted rate.

Hughes Auditorium at Northwestern University’s Downtown Campus

303 E Superior St

Chicago, IL 60611