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Being unhappy or lonely accelerates aging - even more than smoking

Being unhappy or lonely accelerates aging – even more than smoking

HONG KONG- According to new research, being unhappy or experiencing loneliness accelerates the aging process more than smoking. Unhappiness damages the body’s biological clock, increasing the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, heart disease and other illnesses, an international team says. The team reports detecting accelerated aging in people with a history of stroke, liver and …

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Keep your mind and body in top shape with 5 steps to healthy aging

Mark A. Mahoney Healthy Aging Month began in 1992 with the goal of encouraging people to focus on their health and take precautions to help them meet the challenges that come with aging. The origins are attributed to a TV special that inspired people to change their lifestyle and diet to prevent heart problems. September …

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The Benjamin Button effect: scientists unlock the key to reversing aging

The Benjamin Button effect: scientists unlock the key to reversing aging

PARIS — Barbra Streisand loved her dog Samantha, aka Sammy. The fluffy white thoroughbred Coton de Tulear was even present on the steps of the Elysée Palace, the official residence of the French president, when Streisand was awarded the Legion of Honor in 2007. As the singer and actress explains inThe New York Times in …

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Daily multivitamin use may slow cognitive aging in older adults – Neuroscience News

Summary: Researchers found significant cognitive benefits for older adults who took daily multivitamin and mineral supplements. Source: Alzheimer Association Alzheimer’s and dementia: the journal of the Alzheimer’s Association published “Effects of cocoa extract and a multivitamin on cognitive function: a randomized clinical trial”. The three-year study of more than 2,200 seniors found that daily multivitamin …

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