Anybody else think the average IQ of people in the news is falling faster than the thermostat in Chicago this winter?
In case you still think they actually have anything to add to any debate anywhere, these juicy tidbits ought to rearrange your thinking:
- Healthy Lifestyle Is the Secret to Longer Life, Researchers Say
Not smoking, regular exercise, maintaining normal weight, and avoiding diabetes and high blood pressure seem to be the secrets of living to age 90, researchers say.
- Some with chronic illnesses function as well as healthy peers
Even people who develop heart disease or diabetes late in life have a decent shot at living to 100, according to a study published Monday.
“You don’t necessarily have to be in good health for all of your life to attain age 100,” said Dellara Terry, the study’s lead author and an assistant professor of medicine at Boston University School of Medicine.
It’s a choice. It is always a choice. Humans are moral directors: we decide. When faced with a challenge, true strength tries harder.