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Frequent shopping by men and women increases survival in the older Taiwanese population
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    What leads to a healthy ageing and longevity?
    It is with great interest we read "Frequent shopping by men and women increases survival in the older Taiwanese population" by Chang et al.1 The authors have found that highly frequent shopping compared to never or rarely is likely to predict survival as it captures several dimensions of personal well-being, health and security as well as contributing to the community's cohesiveness and economy. The significance has remained after...
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