The Key to Long Life

I already had plans on what to write today, but I saw this article and quickly changed my plans.

“The chances of living to the ripe old age of 100 — and beyond — nearly double for a child born to a woman before her 25th birthday, Drs. Leonid Gavrilov and Natalia Gavrilova reported. The father’s age is less important to longevity, according to their research.” [read more]

I guess that leaves me out!

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2 Responses to The Key to Long Life

  1. Thank you for your interesting post!
    I thought perhaps you may find it interesting to take a look at the original published peer-reviewed study:
    Longevity Science: NAAJ Paper

  2. Thanks for leaving your comment.

    Unfortunately, my mother was over 25 when she had children, so I guess I should get my affairs in order!

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