Basic Motion Skills Predictor of Longevity

RoseTracker| Simply stated, people who are better at basic motion acts such as gripping, walking, rising from a chair and balancing on one are more likely to live longer. A review of 57 studies, culled to 28 that looked at physical capabilities in about 100,000 people of any age and not in an assisted-living facility,  concluded that tracking the progression of basic strength and motor skills can predict mortality risks among aging people.  via Science Daily