RealAge

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What's RealAge? Your biological age -- how old your body really thinks you are based on your health and health habits. To find out, take the RealAge Test -- it’s based on lifestyle, genetics, and medical history. Up to 70% of overall health depends on how well you take care of yourself, so you have a lot of control over how young you are! Our #1 goal? To help make YOUR RealAge younger.

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    What are some ways to add berries to my diet?

    Given that you can eat berries one by one, they're the perfect alternative to chips when stress calls for some hand-to-mouth action. But when you're ready to experiment, try these fine ideas:
    • Add them to salads. Sprinkle raspberries on dark, leafy greens. Or mix things up with strawberry, melon,
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    How can forgiveness help me overcome depression?

    Are you holding onto a grudge? Maybe an ex-boyfriend or girlfriend broke your heart, or a coworker took credit for your work? Saying "I forgive you" and meaning it -- even if you only say it to yourself -- can help you heal. Like chronic stress, holding onto bitterness and hostility are harmful to your depression recovery,...Read More
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    What Is the RealAge Concept?

    There's the calendar age of your body, which is based on your birthday, and then there's the actual age of your body, which is based on lifestyle choices. In this video, Dr. Michael Roizen explains how the RealAge idea originated.
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    20 Minutes to Younger Muscles

    Even if you work out just 20 minutes a day, you'll still be able to reverse age-related declines in muscle stem cells. In this video, integrative medical specialist Robin Miller, MD, explains how a little exercise can go a long way.
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    Walk This Fast to Live Longer

    Walking is the most user-friendly form of exercise. Millions of people do it every day. In this video, integrative medical specialist Robin Miller, MD, says the speed at which you walk matters—especially if want to live longer.
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    3 Steps to Live Longer

    Want to celebrate your 85th birthday? Make exercise part of your anti-aging arsenal. In this Health Smarts video, fitness expert Mike Clark, DPT, reveals a simple 3-step exercise plan to help you live longer -- and better.
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    Eat Your Greens to Live Longer

    Eating turnip greens, kale, chard and mustard greens may help you live longer. In this video, Dr. Mehmet Oz explains what nutrients in dark, green leafy veggies help you fight the aging process.
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    Bust Boredom to Boost Longevity

    Boredom isn't deadly, but it can shorten your life. In this Health Smarts video, Kevin Soden, MD, explains the health risks of chronic boredom and shares 3 anti-aging tips to stay engaged and live longer.
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    Why Is Curiosity Important for Longevity?

    Curiosity, a childlike passion to learn about something you don't already understand, is fundamental to being human. In this video, Dr. Oz explains the connection between curiosity and longevity.
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    Can I Reverse the Aging Process Caused by Smoking?

    A smoking habit greatly accelerates the aging process -- but you may be able to reverse the damage you've done. In this video, Michael Roizen, MD, chief wellness officer for the Cleveland Clinic, explains how.
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    How Can Flossing Reduce Aging?

    Flossing is good for more than your gums! In this video, Michael Roizen, MD, chief wellness officer for the Cleveland Clinic explains how this simple act can affect your overall health.
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    How Does Sun Exposure Affect Aging?

    Researchers are learning more and more about the risks and benefits of sun exposure. In this video, Michael Roizen, MD, chief wellness officer for the Cleveland Clinic, discusses how sun exposure can affect how quickly you age.
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    What Are the Health Benefits of Vitamin D3?

    Vitamin D3 is most beneficial to your bones and reduces the risk of osteoporosis. Internal medicine specialist Keith Roach, MD, explains why it's important to get enough vitamin D3, and what other health benefits it has.
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    Can Sleep Help Reduce the Signs of Aging?

    Getting a good night's sleep can reduce the signs of aging. Internal medicine specialist Keith Roach, MD, explains the importance of quality sleep for your overall health, and how the body can age and deteriorate with chronic sleep deprivation.
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    Can Meditation Slow Aging?

    Stress is a primary factor in aging, and meditation is an important way to reduce stress in our lives. Internal medicine specialist Keith Roach, MD, explains how simple meditation techniques can help reduce stress and slow aging.