the latest cosmetic treatment, a supplement, or fashion styling hacks. But vanity aside, we all want to improve our longevity so we can live the longest, healthiest, most fulfilling life possible, right?
While the jury’s still out on anti-aging creams, science says there are factors that can determine longevity.We actually have two ages: a chronological age determined by when you were born, and a biological age, or the age at which your body functions.
And your biological age may be younger or older than the age displayed on your driver’s license. Translation: You could be 30 chronologically, but have a biological age of 24 and have a lower mortality risk.Read more on theeverygirl.com