So if these screenings and procedures don't prolong our lives, what does?
About 85 percent of your mortal hazard lives in two questions: Are you comfortable in your socioeconomic status? And do you like your job? If you say no to either or both of those, that represents some of the most powerful mortal hazards that we are able to document.
Socioeconomic status and life expectancy
The health studies you read about in the mediaa are worse than useless. They don't control for socioeconomic status.
There is a positive and significant correlation of socioeconomic status and life expectancy–are you not surprised?
Every epidemiological study that I see fails to properly account for socioeconomic status.