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The Four Pillars of A Long and Strong Life

What if you could experience your 90th year with your 50-year old body? If it’s possible, it will take an overhaul of what you think, and what you do. You must clear six hurdles and construct four pillars upon which your life must be anchored.

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Why Chronic Stress Is The Biggest Super Ager Of Them All

Yes, stress is a super ager, but it’s manageable and the benefits are huge. Watch SciShow’s Hank Green present some details, and Physicist Michio Kaku dive into how stress messes with genetics.

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What You Need To Know About Coffee, Saturated Fat and Red Meat

If you drink coffee or eat read meat, you need to take a stand. New studies are creating a stir. Beware red meat, they say. Some health bloggers are hitting back. Come dive into the fray

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Dr Hyman: “Ten Simple Tips That Will Save Your Life”

Dr. Hyman’s “10 Tips” has the science behind it to prove that some simple dietary changes can vastly improve the quality of your life, and its duration too. So dive into Ten Simple Tips That Will Save Your Life.

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Boost Your Human Growth Hormone in 20 Minutes!

Watch Dr. Mercol and exercise physiologist Phil Campbell do a 20-minute exercise protocol that can boost your own production of HGH by 771%. HGH levels and telomere length are indicators of life span and health.

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7 Ways Meditation Builds Your Brain

Meditation delivers better health, emotional resiliency and brain power. The science is clear – -meditation builds a better you. Here are seven benefits of meditation.

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Here’s Why Exercise Slows the Aging Process

Regular and intense exercise increases longevity. You age slower and better, researchers have found. Telomeres — part of the DNA that is reduced each time cells divide — stays intact longer due to exercise.

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