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Want a long life? No worries.

A trip to a California ‘blue zone’ reveals some secrets to longevity

By Alex Beam
Globe Staff / February 23, 2010

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LOMA LINDA, California - I am sick to death of the purported science of longevity. Just this month, one team of researchers proclaimed that driving slowly lengthens life spans, while others said watching too much TV will drive you to an early grave. Scientists at Canada’s McMaster University just announced a “dietary formula that maintains youthful function into old age.’’ ... (Full article: 666 words)

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