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Researchers have that people who to live concerts, shows and museums can longer than those who do not. Experts from University College London at the lifestyles of over 6,700 British people for 15 years. They how often the people went out and what kinds of events they attended. They found that over-50s who regularly went to concerts and shows were around 30 per cent less likely to over the next 14 years. The researchers said the over-50s could their life by engaging with the "receptive arts". These art galleries, concerts, museums, musicals, the opera and the theatre. In addition to longer, concertgoers could also more fun.

Lead researcher Dr Daisy Fancourt said money a big role in whether or not people went to concerts and engaged with the arts. She : "Over 40 per cent of people in the least wealthy group that they never accessed cultural activities." The UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock believes there could a lot of truth in the research. He said arts and culture could things like mental health, ageing and loneliness. He recently plans for the UK's National Health Service to the arts to people's wellbeing and health. The researchers said: "Overall, our results the importance of continuing to new social factors that affect our health."

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