NOVEMBER 2017

GETTING STARTED

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ACCESSORIES THIS SEASON

Our guide to the accessories that will make you look younger this season.

AGE ELASTICITY

How Age Is Changing

TEST YOURSELF

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CELEBRITY KNOW-HOW

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Celebrities know how to camouflage their age.
You can learn this, too.

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FEEL YOUNGER

Being open-minded is typical of young people. Other people perceive you as younger if you stay open-minded.

PSYCHOLOGY

Learning how to adjust to different life phases is important, not with respect to how you look but to how you feel about your age.

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What a phone can
do for your image.

BALDING?

Youthful Hair Styles
for Balding Guys

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Keep your teeth
white as you grow older.

 

SURGERY

Quick Guide to
Facial Procedures

FACIAL HAIR

Facial hairWhat to do when the
color of facial hair
changes?

NUTRITION

How food can make us look younger - myth and reality.

WOMEN'S EDITION

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MEN'S EDITION

If you want an overview of all the content that is relevant to men click on Men's Edition.

 

MINIATURES

The technology of hearing aids has changed dramatically in recent years. Now they are small and discreete.

TALKS & WORKSHOPS

You can book talks and workshops with the Editors of Look Younger Magazine.

NEWS

Optimistic Personality May Help Account for Longevity

Researchers have found that personality traits like being outgoing, optimistic, easygoing, and enjoying laughter as well as staying engaged in activities may be part of the longevity genes mix.

A study of 243 centenarians found qualities that clearly reflect a positive attitude towards life. Most were outgoing, optimistic and easygoing. They considered laughter an important part of life and had a large social network. They expressed emotions openly rather than bottling them up. In addition, the centenarians had lower scores for displaying neurotic personality and higher scores for being conscientious compared with a representative sample of the U.S. population.

The findings suggest that centenarians share particular personality traits and that genetically-based aspects of personality may play an important role in achieving both good health and exceptional longevity.

The findings was published in the journal Aging.

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