Research Paper Volume 13, Issue 6 pp 7900—7913

Deep longitudinal phenotyping of wearable sensor data reveals independent markers of longevity, stress, and resilience

Biological age acceleration (BAA) ranks mortality and morbidity events. BAA estimated from patterns of intraday changes in physical activity level is associated with morbidity and mortality in NHANES (A, B) and UK Biobank (C, D) datasets. The performance was tested in participants aged 45−75 y.o. and was similar in training and test subsets.

Figure 2. Biological age acceleration (BAA) ranks mortality and morbidity events. BAA estimated from patterns of intraday changes in physical activity level is associated with morbidity and mortality in NHANES (A, B) and UK Biobank (C, D) datasets. The performance was tested in participants aged 45−75 y.o. and was similar in training and test subsets.