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Tips from Spain's centenarians on how to live to 100
by Andrea Comas
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30 December 2016
On 30 December 2016 Reuters reported:
With more than 100,000 people aged 100 or over, Spain is the country with the greatest life expectancy after Japan, OECD data and the latest population census shows. Most of the men and women Reuters photographer Andrea Comas interviewed showed a zest for life and an interest in pastimes from amateur dramatics to playing the piano. Many also continued to carry out daily duties ... The majority of these elderly people were surrounded by family or had loved ones calling in on them daily showing how Spain continues to be a closely-knit society, where family ties are paramount.
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