4 edition of How to live longer found in the catalog.
How to live longer
Brent Q. Hafen
|Statement||Brent Q. Hafen with Kathryn J. Frandsen.|
|LC Classifications||RA776 .H134|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||199 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||199|
|ISBN 10||0134152654, 0134152573|
|LC Control Number||81002142|
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A new study in the journal Social Science and Medicine just discovered that people who read books live longer than people who don't. Researchers at Yale . Stand Taller Live longer is a great educational tool. The book can be given to patients to read, or with a prescription to review pages targeting exercises and .
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All were over It followed them for twelve whole years, not just the space of a few months. And though researchers can’t tell us exactly why reading seems to have this effect, the results showed that the regular readers added about two years to their lives. A new study by Yale University found that reading books was positively correlated with increased lifespan -- people who read books lived for around two years longer than those who didn’t.
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While we can’t do anything about our genes, we have the power to take our longevity into our own hands. Want to live to live longer, healthier, younger? Me too! I’m a late-in-life mom. I want to be around to dance at my son’s wedding. With this in mind, I recently promised my son, Ari, that I’d do everything I can to live to one hundred.
Ari wanted me to live to two hundred, but I bargained him down to one hundred. He accepted my counteroffer.How to live longer and feel better User Review - tnera - Not an easy book to read in parts but very much worth reading. Dr. Pauling describes how to absorb Vitamin C in an efficient manner to strengthen the body and immune system.
Read full review5/5(1). A new study finds that book readers live longer. Specifically, 30 minutes of book reading a day can extend life by nearly two years. 30 minutes of book reading a day offers a ‘survival advantage.