Is there a reasonably well researched list of behaviors that correlate positively with lifespan? I'm interested in seeing if there are any low hanging fruit I'm missing.

I found this previously posted, and a series of posts by gwern, but was wondering if there is anything else?

A quick google will give you a lot of lists but most of them are from news sources that I don't trust.

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Romeo Stevens made this comprehensive doc.

1Vladimir_Golovin6yEating a handful of nuts a day. http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/269206.php [http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/269206.php]
2Qiaochu_Yuan6yI found this list of causes of death by age and gender [http://www.worldlifeexpectancy.com/usa-cause-of-death-by-age-and-gender] enlightening (it doesn't necessarily tell you that a particular action will increase your lifespan, but then again neither do correlations). For example, I was surprised by how often people around my age or a bit older die of suicide and "poisoning" (not sure exactly what this covers but I think it covers stuff like alcohol poisoning and accidentally overdosing on medicine?).

Open thread, January 25- February 1

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