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Meet the World’s Oldest Twins: 102 Years Old Apiece

Edith Ritchie and Evelyn Middleton, of Aberdeen, Scotland, both turned 102 on November 15th of last year. Normally that’s a cause for celebration in of itself, but it’s an especially big deal because it means the twins are now officially world record holders, according to Guinness.

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The Odds of Living A Long Life Challenged in New Study

Researchers at the social science research organization NORC at the University of Chicago are challenging the common belief that the U.S. mortality rate flattens out above age 80.

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Musicians Have Less Age-Related Memory and Hearing Loss

Over the years, research has shown the benefits of studying music can improve academic performance and heal emotional traumas — and now researchers have learned it can protect protect memory, hearing and brain processing, too.

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Why Does Our Brain Function Slow Down As We Get Older?

Scientists have discovered a possible explanation for why our brains often become more reluctant to function as we age.

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