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In the Future, More Older Americans May Die Alone

Studies predict more Americans will both age and die alone

More American adults may die alone in the future, if recent studies are any indication. This would be largely due to the fact that Americans are much more independent nowadays compared to earlier generations. Roughly half of U.S. adults are … Continue reading

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Rapamycin Could Help Address Neurologic Damage Associated with Aging

Research shows the compound can help reduce cellular senescence

A study recently published in the medical journal, Aging Cell, outlines how a compound known as rapamycin may help to suppress neurological damage. This research could lead to new therapeutic approaches to address neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s and dementia. … Continue reading

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Our Weekly Tip: Practice Left Nostril Breathing to Calm a Grieving Body and Mind

Use the ancient science of Kundalini Yoga to reduce grief-related stress

Our Weekly Tip: Grief is mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually complex, but the way we take care of ourselves during this tender time doesn’t need to be. The ancient holistic science of Kundalini Yoga includes a left-nostril breathing technique called … Continue reading

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Do You Want to Live Forever?

Aubrey de Grey is out to prove we can

I was recently introduced to Aubrey de Grey, who’s on a mission to show us how we can live forever and raise the funding needed to start the research process to do so. Sound crazy? Well, if given the chance … Continue reading

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