Make a new friend and call me in the morning; a prescription for aging well, according to Dr. John Dunlop. Dunlop reminds us that healthy relationships are vital if we are going to age well.
John Dunlop (MD, Johns Hopkins University) practiced medicine in Zion, Illinois for 38 years. He holds a master’s degree in bioethics and serves as an adjunct professor at Trinity International University. Currently Dr. Dunlop practices geriatrics in New Haven, Connecticut, where he is affiliated with Yale School of Medicine. He is the author of Finishing Well to the Glory of God: Strategies from a Christian Physician and Wellness for the Glory of God: Living Well After 40 with Joy and Contentment in All of Life.
Are you aging well? Dr. John Dunlop, a doctor of geriatrics in Connecticut, explains what it means to age well in all spheres of life–physical, mental, social, financial and emotional.