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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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Having explored other parts of the world in this four-part longevity journey to learn more about the lifestyles of those people living the longest, this final segment profiles Yorba Linda, a southern California town that leads the nation in life expectancy and is the USA contingency of longevity All-Stars. Yorba Linda is home to the …

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It’s time to rethink the concept of retirement, as we know it. Certainly much of the coming changes revolve around the effect of 76 million Baby Boomers marching into retirement – or already there. Yet this is a very different generation of retirees, and as a result, their retirement is likely to be anything but …

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Retirement is definitely being redefined – and it’s about time. Not only is it about time we rethink what this new longevity can provide, but it’s also about rethinking how we want to best use the time this new longevity now provides. There are numerous benefits to staying engaged in life – particularly with age. …

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