For and against increasing life expectancy

This thus suggests that females tend to live longer than males.

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A graying Congress would be expected to be concerned foremost with protection of the status quo. Perhaps compounds in adolescent blood excite dormant stem cells, and a drug could be developed that triggers the effect without transfusion.

Our comparative study suggests some interesting things for other nations, particularly where there are developing and emerging economies.

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Not that long ago, vast sums were spent on iron lungs and sanitariums for treatment of polio: preventing the disease has proved much less expensive than treating it. If democracy is to remain vibrant as society ages, campaign laws must change to help challengers stand a chance versus incumbents, and the Constitution must be amended to impose a term limit on the Supreme Court, so confirmation as a justice stops being a lifetime appointment to royalty.

What is happening when your gums are inflamed is that you have a chronic bacterial infection in your mouth. Even if freed of chronic conditions, eventually our bodies would fail. Life expectancy was under 25 years in the early Colony of Virginia[35] and in seventeenth-century New England, about 40 percent died before reaching adulthood.

For and against increasing life expectancy
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