Live Long and Well: Why Your ‘Healthspan’ (and Not Your ‘Lifespan’) Is What Really Counts

Live Long and Well: Why Your ‘Healthspan’ (and Not Your ‘Lifespan’) Is What Really Counts

In the past half-century or so, the average American lifespan has pushed out from sixty-plus years to eighty-plus. And yet, as a recent piece in The New Yorker described, the buzz in research circles is about radically extending longevity with hi-tech interventions using stem cells or gene therapies. If we’re not thinking about how we can live as long as possible, in good health, then we’re missing the boat.
How to Avoid Toxins in Your Cookware

How to Avoid Toxins in Your Cookware

The best rule of thumb when it comes to cookware may be this: look for materials that have been proven safe and effective over hundreds - if not thousands - of years. This means choosing pots and pans made of cast iron, stainless steel, glass, enamel, or ceramic.
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