Swear you feel like 35, not 55? That’s good for longevity, according to a recent British study. The subjects who felt three or more years younger than their real age – this group was 65-plus – were less likely to die over an eight-year period than were people who felt their age or older. The findings were so powerful – feeling older was linked to a 41 percent increased risk of dying – that the study authors recommended that doctors ask patients how old they feel as part of their annual physicals.
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You never stop getting your age wrong