Sex and Longevity: Sexuality, Gender, Reproduction, by T. B. L. Kirkwood, R. G. J. Westendorp (auth.), Jean-Marie

By T. B. L. Kirkwood, R. G. J. Westendorp (auth.), Jean-Marie Robine, Thomas B. L. Kirkwood, Michel Allard (eds.)

In such a lot human societies, ladies outlast men. a few humans dwell in strong health and wellbeing to nice a while whereas others die really younger. The tendency to dwell longer turns out to run in households. Parenthood additionally turns out to persuade survival. Why should still ladies live on good once they lose fertility? within the present context of better nutrition, public future health and drugs, many extra humans will dwell longer, resulting in an growing old of the human inhabitants. a global crew of specialists, hosted by way of the Fondation IPSEN, met throughout the 3rd assembly of the sequence "Colloques Médecine et Recherche", dedicated to "Research and views in Longevity", to debate the newest advances in the direction of realizing why a few of us age quicker than others.

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Sex and Longevity: Sexuality, Gender, Reproduction, Parenthood

In such a lot human societies, ladies outlast men. a few humans reside in stable healthiness to nice a while whereas others die particularly younger. The tendency to reside longer turns out to run in households. Parenthood additionally turns out to persuade survival. Why should still adult females live on good when they lose fertility? within the present context of better vitamin, public healthiness and drugs, many extra humans will reside longer, resulting in an getting old of the human inhabitants.

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