X-Message-Number: 19967
Date: Mon, 02 Sep 2002 09:45:30 -0500
From: "Kansas City Homes - " <>
Subject: what kinds of things can be done to increase life expectancy.
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> Date: Sat, 31 Aug 2002 10:49:02 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Randall Burns <>
> The real question here: what kinds of things can be as
> individuals do that can increase our life expectency
> dramatically? For individuals of substantial wealth
> and power there is obviously a much wider range of
> options here.

An excellent site to that is http://www.RealAge.com - the web site that
caluclates your "real age" vs. "natural age". It takes into account your
mental, phisical, psychological, food, driving habits, do yo brush/floss
your teeth, do yo have a dog, etc., etc., etc. A real eye opener!

I am not sure that people of great weath live longer than average middle
class American :o) with college education as I don't have any data for this.
I do know that lower class lives a shorter life than middle class, so one
can infer that wealthy will live longer than middle class? :o) - but at some
point, medical advances, access to medical information, Internet, etc. will
level the playing field. So, I'd be curious to know if there is any data on
wealthy vs. average Joe & Mary age? :o)


IGGY Dybal

Your Real Estate Consultant - Kansas City - RE/MAX Best

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