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Extremely busy people older than age 50 do better on tests of cognitive function than their less busy peers.
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One study indicates that spending more on food leads to a lower risk for diabetes and obesity.
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Thanks to MasterCard and Samsung, you can go to your fridge, see what’s missing and make an order to replenish it right then and there.
A U.S. government task force is recommending women get mammograms every other year beginning at age 50.