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Somewhat of a celebrity of sorts, some of you may remember one of my favorite Floridian friends, Elsa Hoffmann, 102, from her star role on the Barbara Walters special, How to Live to 150.  If not, she’s definitely a special centenarian you’ll never forget. When I first met Elsa, I couldn’t believe she was 102. …

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There has always been a fascination with living long and living well and having recently spent time in Italy, home to some of the longest living people in the world, many believe red wine and olive oil is the key. Yet while these ingredients definitely play a role, it’s more likely the lifestyle that surrounds …

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Traveling and adventures are healthy opportunities to learn and experience new things – contributing factors in living long and living well. So imagine an exploration traveling the world to discover the secrets of those who live the longest, healthiest and happiest lives. Researchers and scientists from National Geographic and the National Institute on Aging embarked …

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As we continue on our longevity journey exploring the lives of the longest-lived people in the world, with researchers from National Geographic and the National Institute on Aging, along with Dan Buettner, author of Blue Zones, we embark next upon the Nicoya Peninsula in Costa Rica — following our previous Blog adventures in Okinawa, Japan …

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As we continue on our journey discovering insights from the longest, healthiest lived people in the world, we leave Sardinia (featured in the previous Blog) and embark upon Okinawa, which researchers from National Geographic and the National Institute on Aging, along with Dan Buettner, author of Blue Zones, claim is home to the best practices …

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