A study released by the British researchers concluded that elderly people, who have a firm handshake and walk fast, have greater tendency to live a longer life, as compared to those who don’t.
The researchers took factors like age, sex and body size into consideration and associated some physical activities with the increase in the duration of life.
As per a group of researchers in Britain, senior citizens who still give a firm handshake and walk at quite a good speed may probably be helping lengthening their life term.
The researchers found that vey general measures of physical abilities had a strong connection with the longevity of a person, even after considering age, body size and sex.
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