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When our body snoozes, our brain is busy sorting through our experiences. Learn what causes dreams, triggers nightmares and how to better recall your dreams.
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En español |  Don’t expect boomers to jump into retirement and pursue a life of full-time leisure. Once they leave the workforce, many of them want to, well, continue working — often in an entirely new field.
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Jessye Norman's once-in-a-century voice has carried  her from 1960s segregated Augusta, Ga., to the opera houses and recital halls of Europe, Asia and America. Norman tells her extraordinary story in a just-published memoir, Stand Up Straight and Sing!
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Thrashing about while you're asleep may be a sign of something more troubling than mere restlessness: It could be a predictor of brain disease.
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News, discoveries and ... fun.
Allan Fallow
The year I turned 50, I notched my fastest time ever in the Sea Gull Century - a yearly 100-mile bike ride on Maryland's Eastern Shore that I had tackled for more than a decade. Was I a lean, mean cycling machine that year? Far from it! (See team jersey, right.) Rather, I think it took me that long…
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This is a guest post by Abigail Harrison. Otherwise known as Astronaut Abby, Abby  is a 15-year-old high school STEM student and aspiring astronaut whose ultimate goal is to be the first astronaut to Mars in 2030.  
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