Maintaining  healthy routines is essential if you wish to live beyond 100.

Over 500,000 persons worldwide were 100 years of age or older as of 2021, according to the World Economic Forum.

According to the World Economic Forum, there are approximately 97,000 centenarians in the United States alone.

The United States has the highest number of centenarians on the planet.

With 79,000 centenarians (0.06% of the population), Japan has the second highest number of 100-year-olds.

Kane Tanaka, the "oldest living human," lived to be 119 years old and lived in Japan.

Following Tanaka's death in April 2022, 118-year-old Lucile Randon, also known as Sister Andre, a French nun, assumed the title of world's oldest person, as confirmed by Guinness World Records.

Snacking on nuts, specifically peanuts, has been linked to a lower risk of death.

Engaging in moderate exercise can lengthen your life.

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