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The Latest on Aging

The New York office of the International Longevity Center held their 10th annual Age Boom Academy earlier this month. Interesting tidbits picked up from this year’s event include:

  • According to George Martin, professor of pathology at the University of Washington’s School of Medicine, a botanist defines aging as "everything that happens from the beginning of
    development until death" and a biologist
    defines it as "the decline that starts after organisms

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By Jim Selman | Bio

I never thought longevity was the point to living, although as I grow older I am a lot more interested in the subject that when I was young. I haven’t met Dan Buettner but would like to. He’s written an article in the November issue of the AARP magazine called “Find Purpose, Live Longer”. He has done research in 4 areas of the world called ‘Blue Zones’ that have a large

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