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.
By the Numbers
The wealthiest 1 percent of men in the US live, on average, 14.6 years longer than the poorest 1 percent
The six miles between Brooklyn’s Brownsville neighborhood and Manhattan’s financial district results in an 11-year difference in life expectancy
On average, adults with a bachelor’s degree live nine years longer than those who do not have a high school diploma