Nancy Graham

Editor-in-Chief, AARP The Magazine, the world's largest circulation magazine. Spent 17 years at Time Inc as a writer at Fortune magazine and Senior Editor at Money and People
Greek Man Blue Zones
Reading Dan Buettner's New York Times story, "The Island Where People Forget to Die" made me want to move to Ikaria, Greece, immediately. This is an island where an unusually large percentage of people live past 100 because they get ample amounts of sleep, sex, socializing, spirituality, spinach, and sourdough bread. And they drink several glasses of red wine each day. Basically, party animals who don't sit still much, but pray and take a lot of naps.
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