Clara Villarosa

An octogenarian tells you the keys to a long life

Clara Villarosa joins Jim Blasingame to reveal what she’s learned in 89 years of life about what it takes to live that long, including thinking about what you can do, and what you will do at that age, instead of what you used to do.

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Clara Villarosa joins Jim Blasingame to reveal what she’s learned about long life, including how to eat, no smoking, exercise, moderate alcohol, and watching your weight.
Clara Villarosa joins Jim Blasingame to reveal what she’s learned about long life, including how to eat, no smoking, exercise, moderate alcohol, and watching your weight.