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Damage to protective sheath covering, along with a rise in the number of non-dividing cells, are both key signs of ageing.
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Siestas, a health diet -- and genetics -- could explain why people on the tiny Aegean island of Ikaria live so long.
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The key to longevity may not lie in a miraculous essence of water, but rather in the structure and function of cells within a plant and not a special, mysterious, rare plant, but one that we may think of as being quite commonplace, even ordinary – the palm, researchers say.
Last Updated: Wednesday, July 17, 2013, 08:51
Eating a handful of walnuts just thrice a week is the key to a longer life, a new study has found.