That's right. A couple of glasses of beer or wine a night could be the secret to living a longer life! Having a few cocktails on a regular basis. According to a long-term study led by University of California neurologist Claudia Kawas, nonagenarians who favoured a moderate amount of the sauce were statistically likely to stave off the grim reaper than those who had a regimen of keen exercise. You don't need to tell me twice.
Further study is needed before any conclusion can be drawn on how certain habits impact longevity, The New York Daily News noted, however the findings could unlock new doors for researchers. Kawas and her team have been conducting the study since 2003 in order to understand more about longevity, quality of life in the elderly, and neurological disorders like dementia.
But before you cancel your gym membership, the study also found that 15 to 45 minutes of daily physical activity reduced the risk of early death by 11%.
Other factors were found to boost longevity, including weight. But beer and wine are definitely the most fun.
$50K reward for information in Dallas postal worker slaying
When authorities arrived at scene, they found Mosby dead inside the cab of the 11-ton box truck that had crashed into a guardrail. Early on Monday morning officers were dispatched to 110 Interstate 30 near the I-35E Mixmaster regarding a shooting.
It is also interesting to note that drinking two cups of coffee per day reduced the chance of dying prematurely by 10 percent, and those who regularly drank coffee tended to live longer than those who did not.
Kawas at the American Association for the Advancement of Science annual conference in Austin, Texas stated: "Kawas at the American Association for the Advancement of Science annual conference in Austin, Texas". I really like this person, you guys.
Another revelation was that the people who spent two hours a day on a hobby were able to cut their risk by 21 percent.