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Japan is one of the rare countries where extended human longevity is a widespread reality. We asked Vice-Minister for Health, Chief Medical & Global Health Officer of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare Yasuhiro Suzuki to describe the global value, methods and goals of Japan’s society of health and longevity.TAMAKI KAWASAKIHow does the world assess Japan as a society of health and longevity?Japan boasts a combined average life and health expectancy that is the highest in the world, made possible by the Japanese dietary habits, exercise and high levels of medical care. Many countries are therefore focusing on Japanese food and lifestyle that makes this a possibility. Despite Japan having the most elderly population 6Yasuhiro Suzuki, Vice-Minister for Health, Chief Medical & Global Health Officer of the Ministry of Health, Labour and WelfareMaking a Society of Health and Longevity a Reality

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