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Why Older Couples Often Look Alike

New study busts a myth on aging look-alikes

Lovers who’ve been together for a lifetime often tend to look somewhat like each other, but new research overturns a long-held notion that their appearances somehow converge with time.

Past research has suggested that the faces of a couple do take on similar characteristics over time, perhaps because a…

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Independent health & science journalist writing motivationally about the science of physical health & mental wellness. Former editor-in-chief of LiveScience.

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Independent health & science journalist writing motivationally about the science of physical health & mental wellness. Former editor-in-chief of LiveScience.

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