Headline July 15, 2018/ " ' LIFE TO LIVE ' "

" ' LIFE TO LIVE ' "

STUDENT SEHER KHAN - lovingly called Sehru, by her distinguished, beautiful and revered parents, is in her very own self, a human of very high class.

A Bachelors from University of Toronto, Canada, and now a Master's student at Kings College, United Kingdom, in the eternal field of Health related problems.

It is a great honor to nominate and appoint her as the Global Head of all Health related issues for the World Students Society.

Seher Khan will be writing on every health issue, as often as possible and leading the struggle in bringing Free, Comprehensive Health care for every citizen of the world.

The world Students Society, stands up and tall to welcome Student Seher Khan on The World Students Society and gives her a standing ovation.

And in the very theme and context of this superb research publishing, The World Students Society has the honor to dedicate this to the beautiful fragrance of all Grandparents and parents.

SINCE 1900 - AVERAGE Life expectancy around the globe has more than doubled, thanks to better  public health and food supplies.

But a new study of long-lived Italians indicates. That we have yet to reach the upper boundary of human longevity.

"If there a fixed biological limit, we are not close to it," said Elisabetta Barbi, a demographer at the  University of Rome. Dr. Barbi and her colleagues published their research recently in the journal Science.

The current record for the longest human life span was set 21 years ago, when Jeanne Calment, a Frenchwoman, died at the age of 122.

In 2016, a team of scientists  at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx made the bold claim that  Ms. Calment had been even more of a outlier than she seemed. They argued that humans have reached a fixed life span limit, which they estimated to be about 115 years.

A number of critics lambasted that research. "The data set was very poor, and the statistics were profoundly flawed," said Segfried Hekimi, a biologist at McGill University.

Anyone who studies the limits longevity faces two major statistical challenges. There aren't very many people who live to advanced ages, and people that old often lose track of how they've actually lived.

"At these ages the problem is is to make sure the age is real," Dr Barbi said.

Dr. Barbi and her colleagues combed through Italy's records to find every citizen who had reached the age of 105 between 2009 and 2015. To validate their ages, the researchers tracked down their birth certificates.

The team ended up with a database of 3,836 elderly Italians .

The researchers tracked down death certificates for those who died in the study period and determined the rate of at which various ages groups were dying.

It's long been known that the death rate starts out somewhat high in infancy and falls during the early years life. It climbs again among people in their thirties, finally skyrocketing among those in their  seventies and eighties.

If the death rate kept exponentially climbing in extreme old age, then human life span really would sort of limit proposed by the Einstein team in 2016.

But that's not what Dr. Barbi and her colleagues found. Among extremely old Italians, they discovered, the death rate stops rising, - the curve abruptly flattens into a plateau.

The researchers also found that people who were born in later years have a slightly lower mortality rate when they reach 105.

The Honor and Serving of the  latest Global Operational Research on Life and Longevity continues. The World Students Society thanks author and researcher Carl Zimmer.

With respectful dedication to the Students, Professors and Teachers of the world. See Ya all "register"on The World Students Society and Twitter - !E-WOW! - the Ecosystem 2011 :

"' Human Life Span "'

Good Night and God Bless

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