Harvard study shows people live healthier later into life

08/1/2013 | DoctorsLounge.com

A Harvard University study found that longevity has increased and that up until the final two years of life, Americans generally are living healthier for longer than before. Author David Cutler said there is more access to care and improvements in health care, and people are better educated about their health and are taking steps to prevent cognitive decline.

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