How to Slow Aging?
Let’s check with science how to live not only a long, but also an active life. Today’s “old” people are getting older, according to the professor of Stanford University John Shoven. In his research, he analyzes the longevity revolution, which took place during the last one hundred years. Access to clean water, sanitation, electricity, vaccinations,…
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Italy. The Homeland of Supercentenarians
In 2005 Dan Buettner published his article “The secrets of longevity,” where he first mentioned “blue zones.” This name he gave to places on Earth where people live longer and reach their 90s more often. In the world, there are five blue zones: the Italian island Sardinia, the Japanese island Okinawa, Loma Linda city in…
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Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid of Getting Older
Retirement is a pivotal point in life. Many recommend making arrangements for it in advance. We will cover what is to be focused on and what should be taken lightly. During the last one hundred years, the human life cycle has changed, and people have begun to live longer. Thus, for example, at the beginning…
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Leaving the English Way: Why People Live Longer in Great Britain?
Great Britain is an island whose second name can be the Island of Well-Being, and it has a high index of personal safety, wellness, income, and longevity. The average life expectancy in Great Britain is 81 years: 83 years for women and 79 years for men. At the same time, the number of centenarians is…
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At the Dusk of Life: Signs of Body Ageing
Many of us have said that age is just a number at least once in our lifetime. Still, the older we become, the more often we think about how much this number will continue to grow. We also wonder how long our feeling of being young will correlate with our appearance and physical abilities. Or,…
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