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Network Hinch

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Your aunt is 60 years old, but she looks like she can't be more than 50, while your friend's mom is only 52 but looks at least 65. How is this possible?

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Felipe

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During the aging process, natural biological changes occur within the body. Although no single measurement can predict how long you will live, the rate at which aging changes take place depends on a combination of genetic and lifestyle factors. Your lifestyle habits determine to a great extent how your genes affect your aging process. Hundreds of research studies point to critical lifestyle behaviors that determine your statistical chances of dying at a younger age or living a longer life. Research also shows that lifestyle behaviors have a far greater impact on health and longevity than genes alone.

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Yarrabean

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Please could you help me with another one. Thank you