The Stanford Center on Longevity marked its 10th anniversary with the launch of the Sightlines project. The initiative is intended to redefine how people can live healthier lives. The Sightlines project started about a year ago with a study on how Americans are preparing themselves for longer lifespans. Tamara Sims a researcher at the center, said in an interview with Stanford News that people are living longer than before but that the human race is not prepared. Sims added that the point of the Center on Longevity is to prepare Americans to live happier lives as they grow older.
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