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It is the desire of all humans to live long on earth and fulfill their purpose for existence. Many have desired to live up to 80, 90, 100, and some even wish to live longer. While this desire to live long is a legitimate one, it often happens that people die when they least wished or expected.
Historically, women live longer than men and this trend may continue for centuries and perhaps longer. Even with the sizable risk conferred by childbirth, women lived longer than men in 1900, and it appears that women have out-survived men at least since the 1500s, when the first reliable mortality data were kept.
Sweden was the first country to collect data on death rates nationally; in that country's earliest records, between 1751 and 1790, the average life expectancy at birth was 36.6 years for women and 33.7 years for men. Death rates in less developed countries, whose citizens have limited access to cars, guns, and maternal care, also provide a measure of mortality before modernity. At present, the only countries in which male life expectancy exceeds that for females are those with long-standing sexual discrimination - including Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan - where social pressures and practices such as female infanticide and bride-burning result in unique losses of females.
The fact that women live longer than men does not necessarily mean that they enjoy better health than men. It could be that women live with their diseases, while men die from them. Indeed, there is a difference between the sexes in disease patterns, with women having more chronic non-fatal conditions - such as arthritis, osteoporosis and autoimmune disorders - and men having more fatal conditions, such as heart disease and cancer.
©2016 Anthony Ekanem (P)2016 Anthony Ekanem
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By Ntussia on 01-22-17

Bought this for my bf, he still listens to it!!!

What made the experience of listening to Male Life Expectancy the most enjoyable?

My boyfriend said that it provides natural ways to increase your life span, which would allow him to be around longer for his kids!

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By peggy on 09-14-17

Wonderful guide! All humans should hear this!

Today's media pushes healthy options, but many are unaware of what these options actually do for our life expectancy. This guide did a great job in helping explaining how you can live longer, which in my opinion, is priceless information. Great narrator!

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