An 80-year-old doctor and longevity expert shares his 5 habits for a longer life: ‘It’s never too late to start’

“At 80, I’ve outlived the average American’s life expectancy. Having spent my 55-year career as a doctor researching longevity, this is what I tell my patients when they ask about my secrets to a longer, healthier life.”

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