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'Aging in Place' Is the Key To Living a Longer, Healthier Life

ETNT Mind+Body Logo By Alexa Mellardo of ETNT Mind+Body | Slide 1 of 5: Growing old can be quite challenging, especially when trying to maintain a healthy, good quality of life. There are many factors involved, along with many unknowns. Where to live and the convenience of solid healthcare are decisions that take a great deal of thought. Many times, it's a struggle to know which is the right path for you. Recent research published in ScienceDirect is something every senior should be aware of. University of Missouri researchers tested the phrase "aging in place" in a new study, and it's an alternative that can help adults stay healthier longer. The data is pretty astounding. Read on to learn more, and next, be sure to check out 100 Unhealthiest Foods On the Planet.Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!

'Aging in Place' Is the Key To Living a Longer, Healthier Life

Growing old can be quite challenging, especially when trying to maintain a healthy, good quality of life. There are many factors involved, along with many unknowns. Where to live and the convenience of solid healthcare are decisions that take a great deal of thought. Many times, it's a struggle to know which is the right path for you. Recent research published in ScienceDirect is something every senior should be aware of. University of Missouri researchers tested the phrase "aging in place" in a new study, and it's an alternative that can help adults stay healthier longer. The data is pretty astounding. Read on to learn more, and next, be sure to check out 100 Unhealthiest Foods On the Planet.

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