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Why Achieving Long Health Allows You To Live a Longer, Better Life

Scientists are closing in on a real chance of living a long and healthy life

Elderly people doing sports and relaxing in nature
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My father will be 82 years old this year. He spends his days sitting in an armchair watching TV. He walks slowly and shuffles his feet. For some time, he’s been distracted and forgetful.




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Ronke Babajide

Ronke Babajide

Woman in IT, Natural Scientist, Life Coach, Speaker, Podcaster, Founder. Writes about Work, Tech, Science, Personal Growth & Life

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