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«These folks stay active physically. They tend to be positive. They challenge their brain every day, reading or learning something new — many continue to work into their 80s. SuperAgers are also social butterflies, surrounded by family and friends, and can often be found volunteering in the community.»
Research labs are pursuing technology to “reprogram” aging bodies back to youth.
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If this controversial idea gains acceptance, it could radically change the way we treat getting old.
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