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What does it take to be a super-ager?

Super-agers are people in their 70s or 80s who have cognitive or physical function equal to that of people decades younger. Super-agers tend to push beyond their comfort zones to take on greater challenges compared with their average contemporaries. (Locked) More »

In a slump? Fix your posture

Most changes in posture are a result of bad habits, such as sitting hunched over and not standing correctly. Over time, these habits can create muscle weakness and imbalances that can trigger spasms and place stress on the neck, low… More »

Tuning up your teeth

Most dental work—like crowns, bridges, implants, and dentures—can last seven to 10 years on average, if not longer, if people maintain excellent oral hygiene and see their dentist every six months. Various signs indicate when replacements or upgrades are needed. (Locked) More »

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