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The study, published in the International Journal of Epidemiology, looked at the mortality rate among gay men in Denmark after it implemented a same-sex partnership law in 1989. Brigham Young University researchers found in their study of 1,700 married adults that the more arguing there was in the relationship, the worse the adults' health. “Women who got divorced, often leaving a bad marriage, tended to thrive, as did single women! Poor oral hygiene has been associated with shortened life expectancy. A daily cup of antioxidant- and polyphenol-rich Greek coffee could be the secret to living long, according to a study in the journal Vascular Medicine. Like with walking briskly (also on the list), the pace at which you pedal your bike might predict how long you'll live.In fact, even widowed women often did unexpectedly well,” Friedman of told TIME while reviewing his research findings. Women were able to rely on other friends, whereas many men depended on their wives for their social networks and so were devastated when they lost these ties.” And that’s advice anyone can follow: Take control of your own socializing and reach out, especially if you’ve lost a spouse. Maintaining a healthy mouth by habitually brushing and flossing can lower risks for heart disease, dementia and stroke. Researchers from the University of Athens Medical School conducted their study on 71 men and 71 women who live on the Greek island of Ikaria -- an island where residents tend to live to age 90 or more -- and found that those who drink boiled Greek coffee on a daily basis had better endothelial functioning than those who drank other kinds of coffee. In a 2011 study of Copenhagen cyclists, men who pedaled fastest lived about five years longer than men who pedaled slowest.And of course, we all know that we are what we eat. “When they lose friends or loved ones they express their feelings in an open, healthy way.” 83. Women face a higher risk of death when cancer isn’t detected early: A Washington University study found that women diagnosed with breast cancer in their 40s who died from the disease were more likely to have never had a mammogram than older women. Women in particular who experienced a traumatic event before reaching age 16 had a 66 percent higher chance of dying before reaching age 50. Whether it’s being part of a faith-based community or maintaining your own meditation practice, finding what spirituality means to you could help you enjoy more of your golden years. Find the healthy hobbies that make you light up -- and do them. military veterans suggests that creative-types may enjoy longer life -- those who had the highest measure of creativity reduced their mortality risk by 12 percent.Salustiano "Shorty" Sanchez, who lived to the impressive age of 112, found pleasure in "gardening, crossword puzzles and nightly gin rummy games with friends," according to Guinness World Records. In a 2010 study, researchers examined smile intensity among a series of photos of baseball players from the 1950s. One theory may be that Nobel Laureates have a perceived higher social standing than those who do not win. While Hawaii might have the greatest life expectancy among the 65-and-older set, North Dakota has the highest rate of centenarians per capita, followed closely by (you guessed it) Dakota.
And while not all of these life-expanders are doable for everyone ("Be born in Japan," for example! That's because people who are conscientious may be more likely to abide by healthful behaviors, may be less prone to disease and may find more success in relationships and in the workplace. "Pessimism about the future may encourage people to live more carefully, taking health and safety precautions," study researcher Frieder Lang, a professor at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg in Germany, said in a statement. The study included 73,308 Seventh-Day Adventist men and women who do not eat meat for religious reasons. The findings were based on 4,800 people born in the 1940s. The two met when she was 72, after her first husband died following 50 years of marriage, and he was 39.
But until recently, it wasn't clear if the years we've added to our lives were years.
We're living longer than ever: The average American that was born in 2013 will be alive nearly four years longer than someone born 20 years ago.
The biggest smilers, on the other hand, lived 79.9 years. Even just getting half the recommended amount of gym time can tack on about two extra years. While you're busy adding omega 3s and antioxidant-rich produce, you might want to consider cutting back in one area: processed meats. Slowly but surely, science is helping us unravel the true dangers of playing professional football. Researchers found that having a BMI between 25 and 29.9, a measure that describes about 30 percent of the U. And that has a real advantage when it comes to longevity. Danish researchers discovered that a key predictor of long life in otherwise-healthy middle-aged and elderly men was resting heart rate -- regardless of fitness level or other health behaviors. Mothers, in particular, play an important role in determining lifespan by passing on genetic mutations that relate to the aging process. Researchers often ask elderly patients to rate their own health. Most states or school districts dictates when a child is ready to hit the books, but in certain cases, parents will push or delay their son or daughter's first day in first grade. According to research in the Personality and Social Psychology Review, being self-aware about our inevitable passing impacts our compassion for others. Here's a frightening factoid: Every hour of TV you watch after age 25 cuts your lifespan by about 22 minutes, according to 2012 research from The University of Queensland, Australia. Too much TV is no bueno (see above), but consuming mass media -- TV, newspapers, Internet -- in search of is a saving grace. Sure, it isn’t quite as definitive as a study in humans, but when a longevity researcher makes a dramatic change to improve her health, we listen up! According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics‘ National Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries, there were 4,383 fatal work injuries in 2012 alone, Forbes reported. But according to Huff Post blogger and nutritionist Andy Bellatti, it isn’t the individual foods that likely contributed to Flores’ long life -- it is simply the absence of modern, processed foods. In addition to being the happiest and least-stressed state in the country, Hawaii also boasts greater longevity than any other U. The findings suggest that "we should focus not only on increasing positive attitude in cardiac rehabilitation, but also make sure that patients perform exercise on a regular basis, as exercise is associated with both increased levels of optimism and better health,” study researcher Susanne S. D., a professor of cardiac psychology at Tilburg University, said in a statement. One is the Okinawan habit of beginning meals with the phrase, “Hara hachi bu,” which means, “Eat until you are 80 percent full,” Dan Buettner, author of The Blue Zones, a book on the science of longevity, told New America Media. Psychological resilience -- that is, the ability to effectively cope with life’s challenges rather than being beaten down by them -- has been linked with increased well-being and longevity.
A 2013 study linked a diet heavy in processed meats -- like sausage and bacon -- to a higher risk of dying from cancer and heart disease. Among this growing body of research is a 2012 study that found that professional football players are four times more likely to die of Alzheimer's disease or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). according to a study conducted by the Karolinska Institute. Those who report feeling crummy actually have a higher risk of death than those who self-assessed as “excellent,” “good” or “fair.” While much of that is likely because these people accurately assessed that they were unwell, it certainly doesn’t hurt to have a positive outlook. But according to a 2008 study, starting first grade before age six is linked to earlier mortality. Even more, studies have shown that when we're reminded of death, we're more likely to make better decisions about our own health, like using sunscreen, smoking less and exercising more. They also found that people who average six hours a day in front of the boob tube died nearly five years sooner than people who didn't watch any TV. Researchers followed the news-gathering habits of more than 1,100 Italian adults and found that people with the most media exposure were also the healthiest eaters (sorry, but "Friends" reruns don't count). “The notion that simply eating [a superfood] is the key to health is reductionist and silly if one's diet is otherwise largely composed of highly-processed and refined food products,” wrote Bellatti in a blog post. Restricting calories and never overeating is one reason that the Okinawan population has such a large concentration of centenarians, Buettner explains. “Research into the psychology of aging shows that psychologically resilient adults cope well with an aging body,” says Al Siebert, Ph D, author of The Resiliency Advantage. Experiencing a traumatic incident in as a child could actually make you more likely to die early, according to a study by the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM) and University College London. In Web MD’s 2008 survey of centenarians, 84 percent say that staying in touch with one’s sprituality is “very important” for healthy aging.