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Outlive
Peter Attia, M.D., popular host of The Drive, has nearly a million followers across his social media platforms. In his first book, OUTLIVE The Science and Art of Longevity, he summarizes much of the evidence and wisdom that he has delivered to his audience over the years by providing a no-nonsense evidence-based tactical manual for...
Elderly drinking
A new comprehensive meta-analysis failed to find any protective effect of moderate drinking on mortality risk [1]. Linear or U-shaped? There is an ancient idea that while excessive drinking will kill you, moderate alcohol consumption is actually good for you, and until recently, it seemed to be supported by scientific evidence. Several populational studies have...
Outdoors
Regular exercise, getting enough sleep, and avoiding sedentary behavior are frequently reported as being important in determining how slowly we age. A team of researchers recently set out to determine the link between physical activity, sleeping, and sedentary behavior [1]. Check out Biostarks to learn more about their test kits. Finding out if sleep, exercise,...
Walking is important but has diminishing returns for mortality risk.
A new study using wearable accelerometers suggests that you don’t have to clock extreme numbers of steps every day to stay healthy [1]. Do you always need to hit the target? A tight association between physical activity and health is widely known [2]. In fact, staying fit might be the best anti-aging intervention currently available....
Midday Exercise Might Be Better In Preventing Mortality
Scientists have found that the time of day when you exercise might be an important factor in lowering all-cause and cardiovascular mortality [1]. Exercise is good, but what about timing? The value of physical activity for health and longevity is unquestionable [2], even if some doubts remain about its optimal composition and quantity. However, little...
Wrist wearable device
In a study published in Nature Medicine, scientists have shown that short bouts of everyday vigorous physical activity, such as stair climbing, are associated with a considerable reduction in mortality risk, especially in cardiovascular mortality [1]. Everyday activities and health Exercise is one of the most effective anti-aging interventions available [2], but not everyone has...