Crossroads

Genetics & Longevity: Behavior Is More Important Than Genes When It Comes to Lifespan by Rachel L. MacKelcan

Changing lifestyle behaviors is far more important to longevity than genetics. HealthyCapital data shows the correlation between employers encouraging healthier behaviors, and the opportunity to increase longevity and reduce healthcare expenses. Genes Determine Less than 7% of Longevity How much does Genetics effect Longevity?  New research shows that genes…