How old do you feel?

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They say age is just a number, and what really counts is how you feel on the inside. As it turns out, there's often a big difference between the two. A recent Queen's University study shows that on average, people between the ages of 65 and 90, report feeling 20 years younger. The finding adds to other research that's produced similar results in older people. Conversely, some studies have also shown younger people tend to report feeling older. CBC's Blair Sanderson hits the streets to put the research to the test.

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