Inflammation levels predict successful ageing even in the extremely old.

This article discusses the relationship between inflammation and age-related conditions. A study of Japanese centenarians measured blood cell numbers, metabolism, liver and kidney function, inflammation, and telomere length of men and women 100 years of age or older. The conclusions reveal a correlation in those who could maintain low levels of inflammation and the maintenance of good cognition, independence, and longevity.

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