Healthy Longevity

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Healthy Longevity

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Promotes prevention, wellness, and scientific advancements to increase healthy lifespans

Overview

The Milken Institute’s Healthy Longevity initiative promotes prevention, wellness, and scientific advancement to extend healthy life.

We spread awareness of developing knowledge, evidence-based programs, and strategies for communities to ensure better health, function, and productivity.

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    By the Numbers

    14.6
    years

    The wealthiest 1 percent of men in the US live, on average, 14.6 years longer than the poorest 1 percent

    6
    miles

    The six miles between Brooklyn’s Brownsville neighborhood and Manhattan’s financial district results in an 11-year difference in life expectancy

    9
    years

    On average, adults with a bachelor’s degree live nine years longer than those who do not have a high school diploma