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    EFS/4A Life Expectancy In developed countries and many developing countries‚ humans are living longer. Life expectancy levels have risen above 75 years in these areas. Discuss two reasons for this and some effects this may have. You may discuss either positive or negative effects. Bui Thuy Linh (17505980) Name of teacher: Mark Franceschini (410 words) Longer life expectancy is a subject of controversy. Some people believe that this issue has negative effects

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    Description One of the best ways to grasp the significance of the change of life expectancy is to understand its history. As it was stated above‚ the life expectancy of people around the world has become longer from the past with human evolution. According to Rorabaugh‚ Critchlow‚ and Baker‚ life expectancy was only about 35 years in 1600s in England because about two-thirds of children died before four years old. The life expectancy of Colonial America was also about 25 years in Virgin colony‚ and about

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    societies‚ led to the spread of parasites and infectious disease.” This shows that Diamond clearly believes nothing good came from agriculture and Humans should have stuck to being hunter-gatherers. In addition Diamond quotes Armelagos saying‚ “Life expectancy at birth in the pre-agriculture community was about twenty-six years. In the post-agriculture community it was nineteen years. So these episodes of nutritional stress and infectious disease were seriously affecting their ability to survive.” This

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    In the developed world‚ average life expectancy is increasing. What problems will this cause for individuals and society? Suggest some measures that could be taken to reduce the impact of aging population. With the rapid development of modern life‚ average longevity‚ recently‚ seems to be on the increase. Being accompanied by certain merits it brings to our life‚ there still remain some drawbacks. In this essay‚ I intend to identify the sources of difficulty as well as some viable solutions to

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    Seaworld Cruelty Exposed How would you feel if you were stuck in a bathtub for your whole life? Killer whales stuck in seaworlds bathtub-like tank have to suffer with this for their whole life. In the documentary Blackfish‚ Seaworld’s cruiety to these beautiful creatures is exposed to the public hoping to stop people from visiting the theme park. It has convinced me for sure. Killer whales swim up to 100 miles a day in the wild. At seaworld‚ they can only swim in circles over and over during

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    Is Life Expectancy More Correlated with Obesity or Poverty? Hypothesis: When obesity and poverty rates are tested to see which is more correlated with life expectancy I would expect poverty to be more correlated and for it to be a negative correlation as well. I say this because obesity is in a way a subcategory of poverty. For example‚ people who are poorer tend to buy the less healthy foods because they are at a cheaper price‚ thusly causing obesity. Procedure: Research and Identify the obesity

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    Increased life expectancy With the rapid development of the economy‚ people’s life quality has become better. Compared with the past‚ life expectancy is linear growth now. Take Japan as an example‚ men are 67.74 years and females are 72.92 years in 1965‚ but in 1995 average life expectancy of men was 76.57 and for women it was 82.98 years. According to some organizations it is predicted that the growth of the human life expectancy will increase 0.86 years per decade between 2000-2080. This includes

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  • Low Life Expectancy

    FC/PM501: Skills for Study 1 Essay Investigate two possible solutions to low life expectancy in the developing world. Word Count:757 Tutor: Scott Benson City Student number: 120022833 Date: 20/02/2013 Life expectancy is one of the most utilized measurements in the demographics of a country. Low life expectancy is generally found in developing countries as they have a lower quality of life‚ this generally occurs in countries in Africa such as Nigeria‚ Sierra Leone and Malawi

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    INVESTIGATE TWO POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS TO LOW LIFE EXPECTANCY Life expectancy is the average period of a person may expect to live. The life expectancy can be predict or calculate by the analysis of life tables which is also known as the actuarial table. The term that is known as life expectancy is most often used in the context of human population in a country. It also can be said that the average life expectancy of an individual depends on the importance they give on their health. Currently

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