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His answer caught me by surprise. I almost knew he'd say something like eating the food you grow, or taking care of your digestive system, or something along those lines.
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We can all agree that it's a great feat to live to be 100 -- but it's an even greater feat if you live well, well past it
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Navy SEAL Combat Veteran joins HuffPost Live to discuss how he found happiness.
Welcome to Thrive on Live with @CaroMT. Everyone encourages you to find your purpose and discover your true passion, but it's more than just a gateway to more meaning. It can actually increase your lifespan. We will discuss how and why this happens.
Rabbi Levi Brackman talks with Caroline about how you don't have to believe in God to find your purpose in life.
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To introduce something new in your life, you need to open your eyes, your ears and your mind. Something new in your life is a wire you can grab hold of at any age, so lighten up, experiment and have fun. You might surprise yourself! It's never, ever, too late!
Although we know more about the science and genetics of aging than ever before, we live in an era in which American longevity