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A recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed that the average American life expectancy has reached an all-time high of 78.8 years, a small increase over last year. The CDC has been tracking U.S. life expectancy since 1900, when it was 47 years old.
As we get older, there are more opportunities to live longer by taking care of our health and working on preventing disease or injury in order to avoid chronic diseases like heart failure or diabetes mellitus type 2 which can have a major impact on quality of life as well as overall health status.
In this blog post I will list 10 ways Yale Software Library can help you live up to 100!
Learn to read and write fluently in the future languages of AI (C++, Java) by taking our free online course today.
Apply for a grant from Yale Center on Aging: The John J. Gotti Sr., M.D., MD Family Translational Research Fund at Yale or there is also another general funding opportunity worth checking out here!
Embrace your creativity with an art class offered through the Living Well program at Yale Medical School’s Osher Institute this summer ($50).