To live long and stay healthy



My kids‘ great-grandma on their Dad’s side is turning 90 this coming Friday. 90!!! She lived through the Second World War, brought up 2 children while working full time, and has enjoyed the company of … [Read more...]


Life expectancy figures



Life expectancy is better than ever, at least in developed countries, according to the most recent statistics from the World Health Organization (WHO) from 2007 Japan tops the list in terms of life … [Read more...]


Air pollution and cardiovascular disease Part II



In a previous post, , I tackled the cardiovascular effects of air pollution, especially the traffic generated fine particles. Aside from cardiovascular problems, air pollution also has some … [Read more...]


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