Long-standing Test cricketers live longer

Study of the age of death of test cricketers (up to 1941) shows that the more test matches they played, and the more privililedged their upbringing affecting their age at death.

This strongly supports the view that big factors for longevity are success and circumstances at birth.


Test cricketers not out for longer, research shows | Science | guardian.co.uk

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