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Retirement secrets revealed

New book has all the ingredients for staying vibrant

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August 25th, 2009

Did you know that at age 60, your pupils are one-third the size they were when you were 20? As a result, they may take longer to adjust to darkness and bright light. And it might surprise you that retired 80-year-olds have double the social interaction of their 50-year-old counterparts. This true statement supports research that happiness increases with age social interaction stimulates your brain to release feel good chemicals like norepinephrine, which leads to contentment. ' [caption id="attachment_2973" align="alignright" width="228" caption="Combining tips with the latest research, Old is the New Young hits bookstores this month."]



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