Research Paper Volume 11, Issue 18 pp 7605—7619

Adherence to a healthy lifestyle counteracts the negative effects of risk factors on all-cause mortality in the oldest-old

Figure 1. The association of the risk of mortality in relation to demographic characteristics, cardiovascular profile, health condition, and healthy lifestyle. The model included age, gender, residence, ethnicity, education level, economic situation, marital status, systolic BP, diastolic BP, heart rate, physical disability, cognitive function, comorbidity, smoking status, drinking, exercising, diet, and BMI, which were adjusted for each other.