- Thousands of physicians are catering to the baby boomers who are hoping to feel younger
- Some unproven treatments for anti-aging are risky hormone therapies and fad diagnoses
- Steven R. Goldstein, M.D., says two key nutrients for anti-aging are calcium and vitamin D
- The anti-aging industry is expected to gross more than $291 billion worldwide by 2015
(<a href="http://www.health.com/health/" target="_blank">Health.com</a>)Hanneke Hops wasn't afraid of dying. What concerned her was growing old and not being able to run marathons, ride horses, or fly planes. So the 56-year-old Hayward, California, woman turned to Alan Mintz, M.D. -- a radiologist who founded the Cenegenics Medical Institute in Las Vegas, which specializes in "age management medicine."