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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Aging’

Sofia Vergara Would Rather Pack Her Face in Cement Than Age

Sofia Vergara is in her 40s. Even at that age, she makes lots of younger women jealous, and turns men’s heads wherever she goes. But Vergara revealed recently that she has a fear about aging. “I don’t want to age,” Vergara said in a recent interview. “If you said applying cement around my eyes would stop wrinkles, I would do …

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Here’s A Google Talk About Ending Aging

The most recent “Talks at Google” recording released deals with the topic of ending aging, something Google itself appears to be somewhat interested in. Last year, the company started Calico aimed at extending life. This particular talk comes from Aubrey D. N. J. de Grey, Ph.D. (wow, that’s a lot of initials), Chief Science Officer at SENS Research Foundation. “Aubrey …

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Jane Fonda Says “Staying Active” is the Key to Long Life

Jane Fonda, the famous 76-year-old actress and fitness activist credits an active lifestyle for keeping her emotionally centered and healthy later in life. “I believe in fitness,” Fonda says. “Whether you’re young, old, whether you’ve ever been exercising or just starting. It’s important. Maybe the most important thing in having a successful, long life.” The star, who released her 23rd …

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8-Year-Old the Size of a Newborn

The typical 8-year-old child weighs anywhere from 57 to 60 pounds and has a height of about 45 inches. Gabby Williams is not a typical 8-year old. “She had a real scary birth,” said Gabby’s mother, Mary Margret Williams. “The doctors told me that she wasn’t breathing. It took the whole crew to get her going again. I thought she …

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Why We Have to Die (Scientifically Speaking) [VIDEO]

“Mother, why do I have to die?’ “Well, Timmy, it’s because our cells stop replicating. And so that we’re not riddled with cancer by the age of two. Oh, and because I passed it down to you and you’re a ticking timebomb. Any more questions?” [AsapSCIENCE]

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Smoking Rots Brain, Shows Aging Study

A new study shows that smoking, high blood pressure, and other cardiovascular risk factors are associated with accelerated declines in memory, learning, attention, and reasoning. Smoking was linked most clearly with low cognitive performance in older people. The study, published today in the journal Age and Ageing, looked at adults over the age of 50 who were part of the …

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Data Promises New Technology May Help You Lose Your Reading Glasses

It’s not often you hear about a new technology product that has so far had 100% positive results and this one promises excellent eye saving news for all those currently using reading glasses who would like to lose them . A study recently published in Scientific Reports showed that a new technology product actually helped the participants suffering from Presbyopia …

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