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Hot: The secret to ageing slowly? Ditch the carbs and cut back on calories, scientists say
By Greentea
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At 2014-11-17 14:24:52
By Greentea
Hot: 8 Tips To Help You Live To Be 100
By Greentea
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(18 votes)
At 2014-11-06 07:57:35
By Greentea
Everyday drugs could give extra years of life
By Greentea
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(6 votes)
At 2014-10-01 10:59:46
By Greentea
Best Anti-Aging Technique: Standing Up?
By Greentea
3838 3    
(6 votes)
At 2014-09-08 06:22:24
By Kelly Smith
Why are some 75-year-olds downright spry while others can barely get around?
By Health_Freedoms
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(5 votes)
At 2014-05-28 20:00:47
By Health_Freedoms
Three exciting Harvard and Hubrecht studies find we naturally make stem cells from old cells
By cynthfox
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At 2014-05-01 22:20:54
By cynthfox
Social stress takes a toll on chromosomes, affects aging
By Greentea
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At 2014-04-08 09:35:00
By Greentea
Reducing calorie intake by just 10% extends life expectancy and slashes the risk of disease
By Dixie
1749 1    
(2 votes)
At 2014-04-02 21:20:33
By Dixie
Reverse the effects of aging naturally
By Dixie
3054 1    
(13 votes)
At 2014-01-08 07:06:10
By Dixie
Is your lifespan more than a postcode lottery?
By Dixie
1607 1    
(3 votes)
At 2013-12-05 08:39:43
By Dixie
Exercise in sixties boosts healthy ageing
By Dixie
1826 1    
(6 votes)
At 2013-11-26 07:09:52
By Dixie
Eating nuts linked to healthier, longer life
By Greentea
2461 1    
(8 votes)
At 2013-11-20 18:57:40
By Greentea
The One Surprising Thing That Speeds Up Your Aging
By Greentea
4036 1    
(9 votes)
At 2013-11-14 08:32:08
By Greentea
Gardening linked to longer lives
By Dixie
2118 1    
(5 votes)
At 2013-10-30 07:23:39
By Dixie
Scientists Discover New Biological Clock With Age-Measuring Potential
By Dixie
3727 1    
(6 votes)
At 2013-10-21 13:32:02
By Dixie
The surprise fountain of youth and health that we all have but don’t use
By Greentea
3428 1    
(7 votes)
At 2013-10-15 19:25:05
By Greentea
Eternal Youth – Yours for a fee?
By Dixie
2352 2    
(4 votes)
At 2013-09-12 07:51:01
By Emma Brown
Greek Coffee Linked To Longer Lives
By Dixie
3729 2    
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At 2013-08-29 23:16:53
By SteveWood
Oldest person ever documented shares secret to his longevity
By Greentea
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At 2013-08-15 10:13:05
By Greentea
If you want to live longer, do nothing
By Greentea
2422 1    
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At 2013-08-15 08:34:12
By Greentea
Radical life extension: What would you think of living to 120 and beyond, survey asks
By Greentea
3394 2    
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At 2013-08-08 05:43:48
By Emma Brown
Diabetes pill has anti-aging effects and extends the life of mice
By Greentea
2973 1    
(10 votes)
At 2013-07-31 08:43:40
By Greentea
Bacteria may extend longevity, study finds
By Dixie
2762 1    
(6 votes)
At 2013-07-18 06:55:32
By Dixie
Over-90s 'defying mental decline'
By Greentea
2479 1    
(5 votes)
At 2013-07-11 11:12:47
By Greentea
How science plans to helps us live to 150 – and soon
By Greentea
3083 1    
(15 votes)
At 2013-06-22 08:05:47
By Greentea
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