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Secrets to Longevity

100 Years: How to Get There

We asked some Public Health students at UC Berkeley if they knew any centenarians and if they figured out how they managed to go that far.

Longevity Favors "Blue Zones"

People from the so called "Blue Zones," commonly live active lives past the age of 100, according to Dan Buettner, a National Geographic writer.

Malaria: A Longevity Buzzkill

While the spread of Malaria via mosquitoes mainly threatens to children in poor countries, bites from the pesky insects still make some Americans a little uneasy.

Are Mosquitos Putting Cal Students at Risk?

Students at the University of California, Berkeley, may be annoyed by pesky mosquitoes, but experts at the school assure that the hypochondriacs need not worry.

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