Sinclair Cares: Stay active to extend quality of life
For thousands of Americans retirement is becoming a whole new chapter in life with time to get physically active and extend your life.
We take a look at one man who has found the fountain of youth by helping others.
Research shows older adults who donate their time have lower mortality rates, less depression and higher self-esteem.
AARP says one report found states with a high volunteer rate have lower incidences of heart disease.
And a study by Johns Hopkins University shows volunteering has significant brain benefits for again adults because it gets you moving and thinking at the same time.