Curated by and for women and men in their silver age, connecting them with products, ideas, and inspiration.
Reintroducing Elizabeth Bloom
As HipSilver’s first Contributor, I would like to reintroduce you to Elizabeth Bloom, D.H.M., D.I. Hom., Elizabeth is a true believer in the effectiveness of medicinal plants and their properties to aid in the body’s return to a balanced state and to maintain that balance in a natural way. She is a pioneer in the “positive thinking, right action movement” and has been a natural healthcare provider for the past 40+ years.
What is a Heart?
For all you wonderful HipSilvers...
This Valentine's Day, I decided to write a poem for all children and grandchildren, but mostly... for the child inside all of us.
Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy Episode 5
Dr. Jodi LoGerfo at Orentreich Clinic has done wonders with restoring my hair growth after the stress of the pandemic, losing loved ones, and the recovery needed to forge ahead. Learning to let go was one of the hardest tasks. When your hair falls out by the handful – That adds immeasurably to the level of stress.
Bright Beacon 40
HipSilver is partnering with BRIGHT to bring hope and help to families battling cognitive decline and to decelerate and prevent dementia.
BRIGHT was founded because of the critical need to address the global Alzheimer’s disease epidemic, where abnormal levels of a naturally occurring protein clump together to form plaques that collect between neurons and disrupt cell function.
Research shows that gamma frequencies in the brain are associated with higher-order cognitive function. BEACON40 entrains your brain to mimic these healthy rhythms, which are known to improve memory and attention.
Introducing Debra Rapoport, A Unique Sterling Silver
Debra Rapoport, aka Debra “Debris”, is a style and sustainability icon – but don’t be mistaken, she prefers "personal style” over fashion because, in her opinion, “fashion is about consumption and trends”, and what she does is about expression and making use of what’s already right under our noses.