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Or is it Grays face? - Got a baby face? Look younger than you really are? You are also going to LIVE longer than other people!

Researchers asked professionals to guess the ages of unidentical twins who were in their 70s, 80s or 90s by looking at their photos. The twin whom people thought was younger lived longer.

There's a scientific reason for this: Pieces of DNA called telomeres, which control how well cells replicate, are also linked to how young a person looks. A telomere of shorter length is thought to mean a person will age more quickly and has been linked with diseases such as cancer. All the people who looked younger had longer telomeres.

Danish researcher Kaare Christensen thinks his study shows that doctors should take a good, hard look at their patients. BBC News quotes him as saying, "If a patient looks older than their years then perhaps they should be more concerned."

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