Our memories may deteriorate as we get older, but our HEARTS become wiser.

A hundred years ago, life was harder, so people tended to erect a hard crust around their emotions. Children died young, which led to the emotionally cold and distant father–very common in that era.

Men who grew up in homes with warm parents were much more likely to become first lieutenants and majors in World War II. The men who grew up in cold, barren homes were much more likely to finish the war as privates.
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Adam Tanner writes that scientists say we may eventually live to be hundreds of years old. “I think we are knocking at the door of immortality,” says Michael Zey. “?What was science fiction a decade ago is no longer science fiction.” But Dr. Geoffrey West isn’t so sure, because we’re bound to the Rule of Four. He says, “Four is the magic number of life.”

Researcher Donald Louria says, “There is a dramatic and intensive push so that people can live from 120 to 180 years. Some have suggested that there is no limit and that people could live to 200 or 300 or 500 years.”
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Men who eat tomato products two or more times a week can significantly reduce their chances of contracting prostate cancer, according to Dr. Edward Giovannucci of Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the Harvard School of Public Health.

From 1986 to 1998, the researchers analyzed the food choices and prostate cancer histories of more than 47,000 men aged 40 to 75 and found that those who ate at least two meals a week containing tomato products lowered their risk of prostate cancer by 24 to 36%. During the same period, 2,481 of the men developed prostate cancer.
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