Old age is simply a state of mind – and enjoying life to the full can keep you young

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Migraines: When memory loss is a sign of "painless" migraines – and high fliers are most at risk

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Here"s an incentive to exercise: Women experience orgasms in the gym

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Facebook miracle: Mother overcomes agoraphobia after resolving to meet all her 300 Facebook friends in person

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