How to Age Well, mentally and physcially
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How to Age Well, mentally and physcially
How can we age and still stay sharp?
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Positive Thinking for Healthy Aging - Healthy Aging Guide - StumbleUpon


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Fruits or Vegetables: Which Are Healthier?

A recent study conducted in the United Kingdom looked at the impact that fruit and vegetable consumption has on overall risk of death, as well as risk of cancer
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Why the blind have the best memory: People with no visual experience can ... - Daily Mail

Why the blind have the best memory: People with no visual experience can ... - Daily Mail | How to Age Well, mentally and physcially | Scoop.it
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Why the blind have the best memory: People with no visual experience can ...
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I have noticed that when people try to remember something they often close their eyes. Could there be a relationship?

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Sweet or sour? Duping our taste buds

Sweet or sour? Duping our taste buds | How to Age Well, mentally and physcially | Scoop.it

What can you taste when you swirl a mouthful of malt whisky around your mouth? Peaty flavours, honey, sea salt? Talk to any whisky drinker and they'll be happy to discuss at length.


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Like to eat? Well then you will find this new discipline, labelled "neurogastronomy", absolutely fascinating!

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Gerald Carey's curator insight, April 17, 2014 2:00 AM

This article is about a whole new field of study called "neurogastronomy - everything we eat or drink is processed by our senses."

Nothing new there. However, some senses can interfere with the taste and smell of some foods and drinks.

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Group interaction helps aging men remain happy, healthy, studies show - The Spokesman Review (subscription)

Group interaction helps aging men remain happy, healthy, studies show - The Spokesman Review (subscription) | How to Age Well, mentally and physcially | Scoop.it
Group interaction helps aging men remain happy, healthy, studies show
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Aging researchers say that piecing together a coherent narrative of our lives is essential to healthy aging.
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Not surprising since we know that socializing is good for cognitive functionning!

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