A well-being survey of 100 centenarians and 300 baby boomers showed 50% of the elderly respondents would not change anything in their life, compared with 29% of the baby boomers. The survey, commissioned by UnitedHealthcare, found 10% of centenarians regretted not taking better care of themselves and wished they had put more focus on relationships, but more than one-third said they had maintained a friendship for more than 75 years.

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