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Scientists, Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, your own friend circles. Everyone, it seems, wants to live longer. But longevity isn't simply adding years to your life. It's increasing the number of years you remain physically and mentally active, socially engaged, and disease-free before declining—aka your health span. Follow this guide to improve your odds, and to bolster your relationships for the duration, too. It's your first step toward a bright future—mind, body, and soul.

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