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AUG 31, 2015 - Yahoo! News

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The One Simple Move That Could Add 7 Years To Your Life

Simply incorporating a short, brisk walk into your day could add up to seven years to your life, German researchers say.A new study from Saarland University says the aging process can be slowed down and the risk of heart attack halved for people middle-aged people, if they'd only add a bit of exercise into their daily routine, The Guardian...

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AUG 31, 2015 - Yahoo! News

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Yoga and Meditation Can Positively Affect DNA

Yoga and meditation are well-documented to have psychological, emotional and physical benefits for people at all stages of health, including cancer patients. Now breakthrough research reveals yoga and meditation can positively affect DNA.Telomeres, located at the tips of DNA chromosomes, shorten with aging and age-related diseases including...

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AUG 31, 2015 - Yahoo! News

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The Best Workouts for People Over 40

Aging is a unique experience. For some, the effects will present themselves sooner rather than later, and for some who are luckier, the "aches and pains" and won't present themselves as prominently.Click Here to see the Complete List of Best Workouts for People Over 40Either way, exercise will remain an important part of your daily routine for...

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AUG 30, 2015 - Philadelphia Inquirer

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D. Dudley Bloom, 92, real estate executive

D. Dudley Bloom, 92, of Penn Valley, a retired real estate executive, died Thursday, Aug. 20, of causes related to aging at Bryn Mawr Terrace.

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AUG 27, 2015 - Washington Times

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Marshall researcher awarded grant to study obesity, aging

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) - The National Institute on Aging has awarded a grant to a Marshall University researcher to study obesity and aging. Marshall says school of medicine researcher Nalini Santanam received the $356,946 grant to continue her work on obesity and aging with regard to heart disease. Santanam says ...

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