The study, published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, found delaying chronic diseases (now, wouldn't that be nice!) until age of 85 helps people reach 100 but almost one-third of those studied lived past age 97 even though they had developed a chronic condition before the age of 85.On the one hand, that's nowhere close to the 969 I had hoped. On the other, our atmosphere is worse than at the time of our favorite long-lived Bible character.
Tuesday, February 12, 2008
...here we come? According to United Press International, there's one less thing obstructing the path between your current self and the glorious age of 100: chronic disease. The explanation: