Klaus Brinkbäumer + Samiha Shafy

Das kluge, lustige, gesunde, ungebremste, glückliche, sehr lange Leben

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ISBN: 978-3-10-397353-2

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448 Pages, gebunden
publishing house:
S. FISCHER
publication date:
28.08.2019
ISBN 978-3-10-397353-2

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These are the big questions: How can you lead a fulfilled life? What aspects of our life can we control – and how? What, when all is said and done, are people who have grown very old proud of? And what fills them with regret? How do relationships shape our lives, what influence do culture and diet, exercise, genes, and education and affluence have? Klaus Brinkbäumer and Samiha Shafy travelled to Sardinia, Okinawa (Japan), and Loma Linda (California) to find out why so many more people in these places live a whole lot longer than everybody else. Their journey then took them across Europe and beyond, to Russia, China, Thailand, Hawaii, African islands and the US East Coast. How can you lead a fulfilled  life? Turns out scientists have some ideas, but the truly interesting answers are coming from the centenarians themselves.




About Klaus Brinkbäumer + Samiha Shafy

Klaus Brinkbäumer, born in 1967, is a journalist, TV presenter, and author. He studied at the University of California Santa Barbara and started his journalistic career at Munich’s Abendzeitung. For 25 years, he worked for Der Spiegel as a reporter, author of numerous cover stories, and its America correspondent (2007-2011). During this period, he was regularly interviewed in the US media. He became the magazine’s deputy editor-in-chief in 2011 and editor-in-chief in 2015. Brinkbäumer has been awarded numerous journalistic prizes, including the Egon Erwin Kirsch Prize, the Nannen Prize and the German Reporter Prize, and was named editor-in-chief of the year in 2016. Since April 2019, he has been writing for the weekly newspaper Die Zeit and working on documentary films.

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Samiha Shafy, born in 1979, studied environmental science at the Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) in Zurich and Lausanne University and is a journalist. She worked for the Tages-Anzeiger, the Neue Zürcher Zeitung, and Vanity Fair before joining Spiegel as a science editor in 2007. In 2013, after a one-year fellowship at Harvard, she became a foreign correspondent for Spiegel and writes about geopolitics and climate change.

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Das kluge, lustige, gesunde, ungebremste, glückliche, sehr lange Leben

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