RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A team of Japanese scientists at Osaka University analyzed the clinical and genetic data of 700,000 individuals, in order to understand what are the major risk factors that are reducing the longevity of the current generation.
Osaka, as reported in an article published by Galileo magazine, is a city known for the longevity of its inhabitants. As is the case of Misao Okawa, who died in 2015 at the age of 117, and who lived all his life in this area.
During the research, academics noted that the people most genetically susceptible to high blood . . .