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What Does an Aging Heart Look Like? – American Heart Association

I found this illustration in an  issue of American Heart Association’s Circulation Research Journal. I thought it provided a fascinating look at what happens to the heart during aging.

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The Caption in the journal said: Age-dependent changes to cardiovascular tissues. Both the heart and vasculature undergo numerous alterations during aging as a result of deregulation of molecular longevity pathways, leading to compromised function. Illustration credit: Cosmocyte/Ben Smith.

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Some Positive Motivational Posters

These are kind of in the category one  picture is worth a thousand words even though the second one is all words. They are good ones.

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Here’s the picture that’s not a picture, but the words are worth it.

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One Picture is worth a Thousand Words Department

Actually, since these are posters, I suppose that should be “One Word Picture …”

 
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