Here are some tips to seem younger. Yes, you can use plastic surgery, apply layers of make up, have hair replacement, undertake arduous fitness regimes and wear the youngest fashions. However your behavior is a major indicator of how you are perceived. The Four Tips to Seem Younger below will help more than all of the rest.
The good news and some bad news about living longer.
“On average, men are living 11 years longer and women 12 years longer than they did 42 years ago. This fits in with everything else we know about changing patterns of disease and mortality. What used to kill humans in huge numbers was …Mail Online – Michael Hanlon’s…”
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Don’t you find it amazing how some people don’t look something comparable to their real age? For instance, celebs — though they may be in their early 40’s, they simply look like they are in their late 20’s or early 30’s. Exactly what do these people do to “cheat” how old they are? Do they commit big money on the top anti aging products? Do they exaggerate? Do they go under the knife? Or are they just truly fortunate with the youthful looks?
There are many methods to look 10 years younger and this does not necessarily mean it has to be expensive. Here are several secrets concerning how to “cheat” how old you are: Read More…
Live Longer | Drink Coffee
“What is the best part of waking up? Apparently it’s living a long time. In a 13 year study involving 400,000 men and women, those who drank coffee were less likely to die from chronic diseases like diabetes and heart disease. Researchers aren’t ready to say that coffee prevents these things but coffee does contain a lot of anti-oxidants. No word on the quality of the coffee consumed, but if it was that crappy stuff, longevity may not have been worth it.”
Many of us start the morning with a strong coffee and think little of it. Yet new medical research suggests that it could be aiding you to live longer – if you drink plenty of it. Read More…
Cheer up. Stop worrying. Don’t work so hard?
UC Riverside study of longevity unearths surprising answers.
Good advice for a long life? As it turns out, no. In a groundbreaking study of personality as a predictor of longevity, University of California, Riverside researchers found just the opposite.
“It’s surprising just how often common assumptions – by both scientists and the media – are wrong,” said Howard S. Friedman, distinguished professor of psychology who led the 20-year study.