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Life expectancy in India down by 2.6 yrs due to air pollution: Study

While exposure to outdoor particulate matter (PM) accounted for a loss of nearly one year and six months in life expectancy, exposure to household air pollution accounted for a loss of nearly one year and two months, according to the CSE.

World getting older, address health needs of elders: Study

80 per cent of the elders will be living in low-income and middle-income countries, the study says.

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Extreme obesity increases risk of dying

Adults with extreme obesity have increased risk of dying at a young age from cancer and many other causes.

That Happy Feeling

Does the art of happiness involve science?

Middle age now starts at 53!

In a survey of 2,000 men and women,Britons said they do not even believe middle age exists.

US women dying younger than before: study

Life expectancy of women in US has fallen to 75 years or younger.

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More education,socio-economic benefits equals longer life

The most highly educated white men live about 14 years longer than the least educated black men.

Exercise to live four years longer

The median increase in life expectancy of both men and women came to 3.7 years each.

Older fathers' children live longer: study

Effect of age of paternal ancestors could allow increase in life expectancy under demographic conditions: study

Happiness is — being a woman!

A study has suggested that women spend less time in office,are better educated and live longer.

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Air pollution is reducing life expectancy by a year: News in Numbers

Average human life is about one year shorter because of PM2.5 ambient air pollution, with lives shortened by 1.5-2 years in the most polluted Asian and African countries, a new study that uses data from the Global Burden of Disease Project has found. See more: https://bit.ly/2M2t86i

Air pollution is reducing life expectancy by a year: News in Numbers

Average human life is about one year shorter because of PM2.5 ambient air pollution, with lives shortened by 1.5-2 years in the most polluted Asian and African countries, a new study that uses data from the Global Burden of Disease Project has found. See more: https://bit.ly/2M2t86i

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