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Live Longer and Prosper

Researchers zero in on drugs to stretch out the golden years.

By Pamela Ferdinand
December 4, 2005

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Working on the principle that restricting calories leads to healthier and longer lives in animals, Harvard Medical School researchers are getting closer to developing drugs that mimic the process in humans. (Full article: 664 words)

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