The average American’s life expectancy is 77.9 years. That’s a record high, but we may soon double that. And we won’t be frail and senile at age 150. “In addition to eliminating a lot of the diseases of aging, we’ll maintain function, vitality, cognition and all the other things we value in terms of quality of life,” says former National Institute on Aging researcher George S. Roth, PhD, author of The Truth About Aging. Here, a few steps to take toward a longer, healthier life:
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