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Study finds that people aged better than those born 10 years earlier

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People born in 1915 lived longer and scored significantly higher cognitively than their peers born ten years earlier.  That’s the result from two large-scale studies out of Denmark.  Even with adjustments for education, those born in 1915 performed better on cognitive and physical functions says the study published in the online version of Lancet.  The researchers studied all nonagenarians living in Denmark at the time of the studies.  What they found was that the subjects’ likelihood of reaching 93 was 28 percent higher for the younger cohort and the likelihood of reaching age 95 was 32 percent higher.  You can read about the study results here.  What about you?  Are you making plans that include reaching age 90 or beyond?

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