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How Many Carbs Should Be Part of Your Diet?

New research says too few or too many shorten your life

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New Treatments for Eye Conditions

Vision problems might seem inevitable with age, but recent advances may lead to a clearer future

Do You Really Have an Allergy to Penicillin?

Chances are, you don't, and avoiding the antibiotic carries serious health risks

Galloping Gourmet Shares Tips on Eating Healthy at Any Age

Author and TV personality Graham Kerr explains his food philosophy on eating well

Florida's 'Red Tide' Can Be a Health Risk

A stinky stew of overgrown algae is killing fish and alarming tourists

Researchers Predict New Genetic Test for Heart Disease

Method could flag other diseases, such as diabetes and breast cancer

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The Young at Heart Show Fewer Signs of Aging

They have more gray matter in their brains, a recent study finds

Sense of Control of Life Can Lower Your Subjective Age

Study finds that older adults who feel that they're in charge also feel younger

Winning The Battle Against Loneliness

Readers say they stay connected through volunteerism, exercise and clubs


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