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Five Points that Increase Life Expectancy without Dementia After the Age of 65

Five Points that Increase Life Expectancy without Dementia After the Age of 65

Bhavin Jankharia
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Five Points that Increase Life Expectancy without Dementia After the Age of 65
Five Points that Increase Life Expectancy without Dementia After the Age of 65

A few weeks ago, I wrote about how the older you are and the more physically active you are, the longer you live disease-free. Real-life data on interventions late in life that increase our healthspans and lifespans is sparse, so when the findings from CHAP (Chicago Health and Aging Project) were recently reported in a paper headed by Klodian Dhana [1], they validated the benefits of a healthy lifestyle to live long healthy with a sound mind and body.

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