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  The best tips are often the most common-sense ones:

Good Health & Safety Habits
1. Wear Your Seatbelt. Gain up to 3.4 years.  Wear your seat belt and drive defensively to safeguard against crippling injury or even death, reducing your age by up to 3.4 years.
2. Monitor Your Health. Gain up to 12 years.  People who proactively seek high-quality medical care and attentively manage their health conditions can live up to 12 years longer than those who do not.
3. Know Your Blood Pressure. Gain up to 25 years!  Low blood pressure (~115/75 mm Hg) can reduce your age by as much as 25 years, when compared to people with blood pressure higher than 160/90 mm Hg.



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