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Right now, through the AARP/Blue Zones Vitality Task sponsored by United Wellness Foundation, folks from across America will have the opportunity to add healthy years to their lives by signing up for the project at AARP.org/BlueZonesProject and signing up for the 6 Weeks to Longevity, which begins on September 8, 2009. One small city, Albert Lea, Minn., offers been working hard since January 2009 to prove that by producing a few simple changes, a community can truly add years and purpose to its residents’ lives. Now, others can sign up for the last six weeks of the unprecedented AARP/Blue Zones Vitality Task and learn easy ways to strive for additional good, healthful years of lifestyle. All participants registered for the AARP/Blue Zones Vitality Project will be a area of the 6 Weeks to Longevity initiative.AP: Poll shows support for health law drops with budget woes The Associated Press: Poll Shows Health Care Legislation Support Dips On Budget Woes Amid a budget debate that may affect medical care of just about any family, a fresh poll finds support for President Barack Obama’s overhaul at its lowest level since passage this past year. However in a ringing protection of Obama’s policies, Tuesday for more time on the health care regulation Medicare chief Donald Berwick pleaded, and branded a respected Republican plan ‘unfair and dangerous’ and ‘a form of withholding care.’ The Associated Press-GfK poll showed that support for Obama’s expansion of health insurance coverage has slipped to 35 %, while opposition stands at 45 % and another 17 % are neutral .