Researchers at UCLA recently published the findings of a study that suggests that Latinos age slower than other ethnic groups. To reach that conclusion, the researchers analyzed eighteen sets of data on DNA samples from around 6,000 people. In their analysis, they discovered that the blood of Latinos aged more slowly than other groups. DNA specifically from the Latin American indigenous group Tsimane aged even slower than the general Latino group: around two years younger than Latinos and four years younger than whites.
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