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Who needs Botox, dieting or exercise to feel young, fresh and nimble?To my great delight (and, quite possibly, the dismay of all plastic surgeons) I've discovered that, in the war against aging, an injection of infectious youth energy trumps cosmetic fillers any day.Go ahead and accuse me of being youth-obsessed because, like most people who work in the communication industry, I'm guilty as charged. In the world of most ordinary young Lebanese today, hedonism and flashiness are outdated concepts.A fragile habitat and ecosystem means defenseless, vulnerable youth make easy prey.Youth are to this country what oxygen is to humans: vital.Tanya Dernaika is a communications expert, blogger, wife and mother recently repatriated and enjoying the roller coaster that is life in Beirut.
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