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This Doctor Wants To Help California Figure Out Aid-In-Dying

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Could Thinking Positively About Aging Be The Secret Of Health?

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There will be about 55 percent more people with diabetes as baby boomers become senior citizens, a report finds. Rolf Bruderer/Blend Images/Getty Images hide caption

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Talking about end-of-life care may be difficult, but the stakes make the conversations worth the effort. Sam Edwards/Getty Images/Caiaimage hide caption

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Eliza Catchings worried when she got a letter from her Medicare Advantage plan saying she would have to pick a new doctor because of changes to the network. Courtesy of Jen Tayabji/Champaign County Health Care Consumers hide caption

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Study Shows Extra Testosterone Might Help Some Older Men

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When so-called senescent cells were removed from mice, they were healthier and lived longer than mice that still had the cells. Philippe Merle/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Boosting Life Span By Clearing Out Cellular Clutter

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Can't Focus? It Might Be Undiagnosed Adult ADHD

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An MRI scan shows Bryan Arling's brain from above. The white-looking fluid is a subdural hematoma, or a collection of blood, that pushed part of his brain away from the skull, causing headaches and slowing his decision-making. Courtesy of Dr. Ingrid Ott, Washington Radiology Associates hide caption

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Van Zyl and Garcia Flores hold hands as van Zyl promises to do everything she can to ease his pain and control symptoms. Heidi de Marco/Kaiser Health New/Heidi de Marco/Kaiser Health News hide caption

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A Palliative Care Doctor Weighs California's New Aid-In-Dying Law

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