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    • KapteinB
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      2 weeks ago

      This is seen in Singapore's policy known as the Proximity Housing Grant that financially incentivizes people to live with, or near their parents and children.

      That's an interesting policy, which has never occurred to me.

      "Research shows that attending faith-based services four times per month will add 4-14 years of life expectancy."

      Wow, that is crazy.

      • Joannerice
        Scribe
        2 weeks ago

        I loved reading that part! Especially since they enjoy the most diversity when it comes to religion

    • Pegeen
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      2 weeks ago

      I’ve read about Blue Zones before but was not aware that they were disappearing because they are becoming “Americanized.” I love the idea of “reverse engineering” blue zones according to the “Core 9 Principles.” Really solid advice and very doable.