Small positive lifestyle changes made in midlife predict longevity | Elissa Epel
Living longer and healthier doesn't require extreme behaviors. Eating right, moving more, and managing stress are just a few of the habits, especially in midlife, that predict telomere length. In this clip, Dr. Elissa Epel describes the "low hanging fruit" – small, healthy lifestyle behaviors – that can have positive effects on telomere length and lifespan.
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