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  • Everyone wants to be forever young
  • Everyone wants to be forever young
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Everyone wants to be forever young

'Prevention is better than cure' is the approach Millennials are taking to healthy ageing. The sales of supplements, vitamins and brain games that 'keep the mind young’ are increasing in the US, and it's not just Baby Boomers, either – 18- to 36-year-olds are too.

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