Research Paper Volume 13, Issue 6 pp 7900—7913

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

Morbidity status scored by wearable BAA and blood-based bioage models. BAA and chronic diseases: (A) the negative logarithm of daily step counts, (B) GeroSense BAA (C) questionnaire [22], (D) CBC-based DOSI [4], (E) log-mortality risk trained using combined CBC and Blood biochemistry variables, and (F) Blood-based PhenoAge [2]. The plots are produced for NAHNES participants aged 45−75 y.o.

Figure 5. Morbidity status scored by wearable BAA and blood-based bioage models. BAA and chronic diseases: (A) the negative logarithm of daily step counts, (B) GeroSense BAA (C) questionnaire [22], (D) CBC-based DOSI [4], (E) log-mortality risk trained using combined CBC and Blood biochemistry variables, and (F) Blood-based PhenoAge [2]. The plots are produced for NAHNES participants aged 45−75 y.o.