Stop time: Fargo physician helps patients age well
Joel Schock is an avid hunter and a runner. At 56, he's trim, with brownish hair that's begun the inevitable transition to wintry gray.
Schock has taken care of himself with proper diet and exercise, but he can't deny that the advancing years are taking their gradual toll.
But Schock isn't one to merely accept the inexorable effects of aging. He's embarked on a quest to try to slow the effects of advancing age and to enhance his quality of life.
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