Four cups a day could reduce risk by 64 percent.
But it's a fine balance as too much alcohol can increase risk of early death.
Middle-aged adults who reduce their intake show slower biological aging.
Some folks stay sharp into their 80s and 90s—and it's not just genetics.
Researchers compare life expectancy with marital status and parenthood, to see whether having a child influences how long a person lives.
Regular checkups, exercise, no smoking, better diet and balance between work and play can add years.
Expert chimes in on hormone concerns and FDA warning about supplement overuse.
Study: If you're committed to an active lifestyle and healthy eating, those later years could be some of your greatest.
Look to your parents. If mom and dad lived past 70, study suggests you may have a lower risk of dying from heart disease.
Study suggests strength and endurance regimens should start sooner rather than later.
People who eat more plant-based proteins have a lower risk of dying younger.
Not-so-good news: The likelihood of other chronic conditions will stress health care system in the next two decades.
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