how to live longer
Good news for those who hate the gym.
Call it unrealistic optimism, but my game plan for growing old gracefully is to stay as immature as possible. I don't mean that I'll hang on to my weakness for stupid jokes or certain video games (although I'm not ruling out puns and Mario Kart at age 80, if I can still manage them).
Switzerland has one of the highest life expectancies in the world.
His answer caught me by surprise. I almost knew he'd say something like eating the food you grow, or taking care of your digestive system, or something along those lines.
“The study supports current dietary guidelines that advise having sufficient intake of both fish and vegetable oils in a
Researchers have been linking exercise levels to longevity for awhile now. In 2013, a team in Australia found similar results
While we won't all live to 100, we can make changes in our lives to improve our longevity with the added benefit of improving our quality of life. Get out in your community, make exercise a key part of your life, and stay close with your family. And don't forget to eat your beans.
But a challenge in research looking at these links has been self-reporting -- people are notoriously unreliable and biased
Over the eight-and-a-half years, 9 percent of those in the highest well-being category had died, compared with 29 percent