There’s no point in living to 100 if you’re not going to enjoy it, says Dr. Max Gomez. “The goal is not just to extend your life span, but to stay healthy,” says WCBS’s Emmy-winning medical correspondent, whose book, “Cells Are the New Cure,” written with Dr. Robin Smith, focuses on doing just that. Born...
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