Is there a place in the world where most deaths are simply due to old age?
A church filled with nuns. Most of them just die in the middle of the night but it depends on the convent they are in. (I don't know how to spell it, just bare with me). The nuns in a certain area seem to do very well, all living to over 100. They also seem immune to Alzheimer's in the area. 40% were supposed to get Alzheimer's, but never did. I should write a hub about those nuns.
by PhoenixV 2 years ago
If You Could Live Any Place In The World Where Would It Be?
by raavana 7 years ago
Healing of my bended left hand bone due to one fracture at the age of two.my name is vignesh.Iam 22 years old.I got one fracture in my left hand knee at the age of two.so I have undergoan one treatement to heal it.as a result my left hand was healed with mislocation of bones.due to my abnormal...
by ngureco 8 years ago
What Do I Do Now to Avoid Getting Parkinson's Disease in Old Age?
by Leah Kennedy-Jangraw 6 years ago
Do we now live in a world where face-to-face contact is discouraged?Take the bank for explain, even when it is open and tellers are available I always go to the ATM. Now a lot of stores have self-checkout, like the supermarket and big hardware stores. Are we moving further and further...
by ClancyTheAmazon 7 years ago
If You Could Relocate To One Place In The World Where Would It Be?My answer would have to be one of the islands..maybe jamaica!!
by pinappu 10 months ago
Can an old man (60+) fall in love with a young woman (20+)?We all know that love ignores all barriers like: religion, race, distance and age. But is it really possible for a man of 65-70 years of age to fall in love with a young girl of 20-25 years of age. I mean, is it psychologically possible?
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