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The World Health Organization’s (WHO) definition of Healthy Ageing—the process of developing and maintaining the functional ability that enables wellbeing in older age continues to be a driver of both scientific research and policy advancement on ageing.
Healthy longevity -- lessons learned from the world's longest-lived people.
Ageing is intrinsically complex, being driven by multiple causal mechanisms. Each mechanism tends to be partially supported by data indicating that it has a role in the overall cellular and molecular pathways underlying the ageing process.
Research has clearly demonstrated strong correlations between lifestyle, preventative measures and good health in old age. Healthy ageing not only prolongs life, it reduces health care costs and improves well-being