By Anatoliy I. Yashin, Eric Stallard, Kenneth C. Land (auth.)
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The average values of BMI in the LE group tend to be higher than those of the LE group. However, the differences between groups are much smaller than for females. The average values of SCH are very similar for both groups over the entire age interval. The average values of DBP in the LE group are lower than those of the HE group until age 45. After this age, the two curves are very similar. The values of H for the LE group tend to be lower than for the HE group for all ages. The PP curves for the two groups are very similar over the entire age interval.
The average values of PP for SL males are higher than those of LL males. Both curves increase at about the same rate. The average values of SBP are higher among SL males. They increase faster for SL than for LL males until age 60 after which the SL curve levels off. The values of VR for the SL males are higher than for the LL males. 7a shows the average age trajectories of eight physiological indices for female participants of the Original FHS cohort having values of healthy lifespan <75 years (short healthy lifespans (SHL)) and 100 females having the longest healthy lifespans (LHL).
The average age trajectories of the eight physiological indices for SL and LL males are shown in Fig. 6b. The average values of BG are higher and increase faster among the SL males than among the LL males. The average values of BMI are higher among the SL males. The entire age trajectory of BMI for the LL males is shifted to the right (towards an older age), compared to the SL, and reaches its maximum at a later age, similar to that in females. The values of BMI for SL males and females start to decline earlier (after about age 60 for the SL, while approx.
Biodemography of Aging: Determinants of Healthy Life Span and Longevity by Anatoliy I. Yashin, Eric Stallard, Kenneth C. Land (auth.)