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💡Optimist's Edge: This is how scientists are trying to outmaneuver aging to give you a longer life

💡Optimist's Edge: This is how scientists are trying to outmaneuver aging to give you a longer life

Since the beginning of humanity, humans have had to find contentment in the dilemma that living means aging and death. But old age is not inevitable. There are several ways to slow down and reverse aging and this is what you need to know to have a chance at a 100-year life.

Elina Holmgren Tyskling
Elina Holmgren Tyskling

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