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A little surprised that drinking less alcohol rather than, say, smoking cessation or sound sleep was the greatest single extender to life expectancy -- regardless of the measured age range or chronic health condition. (Multiple major ailments and over age 80 included!) Compared to the other health factors, I'd thought alcoholic intake was less prevalent across an older lifespan.
Apparently, the reduction in intake [was not] insignificant. By doing so, even healthy 40-year-olds increased their life expectancy by 6 years.
A comment via the Cryonics Institute on "Researchers Discover How Nearly Everybody Can Increase Their Lifespan" (OSAKA UNIVERSITY)
Jubalyn ExWilliams lives in Pennsylvania (United States). You can find her writings and commentaries, including the one on "Researchers Discover How Nearly Everyone Can Increase Their Lifespan by Osaka University, at landturn.com/blog.
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