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2015 Was a Great Year for Longevity by David Kekich

Dear Future Centenarian,      I usually hate seeing another year go by, especially with advancing age. 2015 was different though. So many longevity advancements can’t help but stir your optimism.

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Exercise in a Bottle by David Kekich

Dear Future Centenarian,  

If exercise were a drug, it would perhaps be the most important one ever developed. And you would pay through the nose for it.

It’s not though… and it’s free.
Here’s some more insight and information from Reason on this major topic:

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AI Will Solve Aging - it is a Tool, Not a Threat by David Kekich

Dear Future Centenarian, 

I’ve been stumping for some time about how Artificial Intelligence will provide the shortest path to curing aging forever. In fact, without it, I’m convinced we won’t solve aging in our lifetime. I’m glad to hear Peter Diamandis describe AI as the most important technology we’re developing this decade.

Peter goes on to say it’s a massive opportunity for humanity, not a threat, as well as the following:

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How Old Are You Now? - What’s Your Biological Age? by David Kekich

Uh uh. Not so fast.

If your first impulse was to tell me how many years it has been since you were born, stop right there. There could be a huge difference between your chronological age and your biological age.

Let me explain.

Your chronological age measures how long you have been on this planet. Your biological age measures how you look, feel and perform—and is a gauge as to how long you will live. Recent studies have shown that the rate at which you age is only determined 25–35% by your genetics. The rest is...