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Age against the machine: the secret of a long life

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A review of writer Carl Honore’s new book Bolder: Making the Most of Our Longer Lives. Honore profiles active, independent, achieving older adults throughout the world, leading him to a re-assessment of his own understanding …

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Cruel Jokes About the Old are Everywhere. When Will We Face Our Ageism Epidemic?

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Author, Francine Prose, discusses the ageist epidemic around the globe and describes how media and culture has influenced society to carry prejudice views against a process that every human faces: aging.

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Life Gets Better After 50: Why Age Tends to Work in Favour of Happiness

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In this article, Jonathan Rauch, 58, author of, “The Happiness Curve: Why Life Gets Better After 50,” talks about the “U-curve,” in which academics have found evidence that life satisfaction falls in our 20s and …

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The Agony of Weekend Loneliness: ‘I Won’t Speak to Another Human until Monday’

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From The Guardian site: “Despite all this, the phenomenon of weekend loneliness has scarcely been studied. ‘It’s not something that’s been researched at all,’ says Pamela Qualter, professor of psychology for education at the University …

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