Margaret Webb Pressler has been a reporter for "The Washington Post" for nearly 20 years, winning a range of awards for various stories. Following a personal interest and passion, Pressler contributes to the paper's Health & Science section. Her articles have also appeared in "Prevention" magazine.
"An important and fascinating journey to answer one of life's most mysterious questions why we age and how to do it well." David A. Kessler, MD, former commissioner, U.S. Food and Drug Administration; author, "The End of Overeating" "A comprehensive look at what pertains to all of us the science behind healthy aging." Stephanie Lederman, executive director, American Federation for Aging Research "This book will likely inspire people from all over the world to take control of their health and the way they age." Bahram H. Arjmandi, PhD, RD; chair, Department of Nutrition, Food, and Exercise Sciences; director, Center for Advancing Exercise and Nutrition Research on Aging, Florida State University "Margaret Pressler has found a fountain of youth in her own backyard. By describing the simple ways that her husband has slowed the usual effects of aging, she provides an easy roadmap that readers can follow focusing on the basics of nutrition, exercise, sleep, and good health. Can there be anyone who wouldn't want to join the Presslers and "Cheat the Clock"?" David Ignatius, columnist, "The Washington Post""