Health & Food
Cooking at home, longevity linked - study
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- If you want to live longer, you may want to head to your kitchen instead of your favorite restaurant.
A new study found a connection between cooking at home and longevity.
Researchers tracked men and women in Taiwan for more than 10 years. They found that people who cooked at home several times a week lived longer.
Other things that increased longevity were shopping and not smoking.
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