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More people than ever live past 100 years of age. So-called "supercentenarians," those who reach 110 and beyond, are rising in numbers all over the world, 75 individuals to date and counting.
Community Events, November 2014
The idea that providing more information about food served in restaurants, such as calorie and fat content, would reduce the risk of weight problems has widely been greeted with skepticism and outright rejection.
How would you feel if you were given the chance to turn back the clock and return to the time and place of your youth?
I am a nine-year breast cancer survivor. I was diagnosed in 2005 with breast cancer. It was complete shock when I was given the news. No one in my or my husband’s family had heard before the words, “you have cancer.”
Nearly half of American adults are regularly sleep-deprived, according to a Gallup poll that has been tracking people's sleep habits for decades.