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*******www.globalchange**** Life expectancy and life insurance, pensions. High net worth clients live longer – better educated. Impact of future health care improvements. Actuarial forecasts, government planning. Government and social impact, pensions crisis and risk management. Science and research trends into longevity. Patrick Dixon, conference keynote speaker and futurist.
7 Mar 2008
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*******www.HealCrohnsNow**** Does Crohn's Disease effect your life expectancy? Will you die sooner because of Crohn's Disease? Find the answer in this video.
24 Apr 2010
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY TRACY PFEIFFER You're watching multisource health video news analysis on Newsy**** A recent report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control shows life expectancy in the United States dropped slightly from 2007 to 2008, but the general consensus -- don’t worry yourself to death over it. Tuscon NBC affiliate KVOA has the story. “Based on statistics from 2008, the CDC says Americans are dying at a slightly younger age. Life expectancy dropped from 77.9 years in 2007 to 77.8 years in 2008.” The difference equates to about a month. A writer for WebMD says it could be cause for concern, but it’s difficult to tell from one year of data. “This isn't the first downtick in U.S. life expectancy -- there have been three others since 1980, the most recent in 2005. It's too soon to say whether the current slight decline is the beginning of a plateau or whether American life span will resume its upward trend.” The CDC report also provides data on life expectancy for various demographics and breaks down leading causes of death in the U.S. Heart disease and cancer held as the two leading causes of death- making up nearly half of all deaths. Stroke fell from the third slot, replaced by chronic respiratory diseases like asthma. (Video: WBFF) A writer for the LA Times explains the shift -- and the fine print behind it. “Better treatments have been leading to a slow decline in deaths from strokes... Meanwhile, deaths from chronic lower respiratory disease have been climbing. ... But the agency cautioned that some of that increase may be due to changes in how the World Health Organization has coded and classified such deaths, so that some deaths due to pneumonia were added into the category.” And the overall dip overshadows gains made in specific populations. A writer for Bloomberg lays out the numbers. “The drop in life expectancy was mostly in the white population, which fell 73 days, while the rate among black women was unchanged at 76.8 years, and rose among black men to an all- time high of 70.2 years. The infant mortality rate fell 2.4 percent to 6.59 deaths for every 1,000 births in 2008.” The CDC’s report is based on death certificates from the National Center for Health Statistics. It includes data from all 50 states, Washington D.C., and other U.S. territories. Get more multisource health video news analysis from Newsy.
14 Dec 2010
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BY: MIRANDA WHEATLEY ANCHOR: JENNY MECKLES You're watching multisource video news analysis from Newsy. According to a study released by the CDC Americans are living longer. “Children born today can expect to live longer than ever in U.S. history … Life expectancy at birth increased to 78.2 years in 2009, up from 78 years in 2008.” (USA Today) But the quality of a longer life isn’t guaranteed. Dr. Keith Ayoob tells ABC why... “We’re getting a lot better at controlling diseases in the long term ... The leading causes of death are pretty much staying [flash] doctors can keep you alive with medicine and they’re better able to do that but if you want quality of life that’s something that’s still going to be up to each individual person.” And media outlets in the U.S. are reporting - length of life varies by gender, race and even location. In the U.S. “The battle of the sexes still rages on, and women are still in the lead [and] can expect to live 80 1/2 years, whereas men should expect to croak by 75 1/2 years.” (Minnesota Daily) “The gap in life expectancy between whites and African-Americans slightly increased to 4.3 years in 2009, up 0.2% from 2008.” (WebMD) And across the world “...Japan, Hong Kong, Iceland, Switzerland and Sweden have the highest life expectancy rates on average.” (Care2) Although U.S. deaths are down the U.S. News and World reports it’s the same diseases to blame - with Heart Disease, Cancer, and Alzheimer’s near the top. But EmpowHer says Americans’ bad habits are keeping them behind... “America’s history with smoking, an obesity epidemic and a lack of exercise, [means] children born in other countries are expected to outlive U.S. children” Looking for more information on the study? Check out the link in our transcript section. Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
19 Mar 2011
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June 20, 2011 (2:09) Report shows average life expectancy in the U.S. lagging behind other countries, with troubling news for women.
21 Jun 2011
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*******livercirrhosistreatment.plus101**** ---Liver Disease Cirrhosis Life Expectancy. Complete list of healing foods that will release chemicals into your bloodstream that will continue to regenerate your liver tissue even when you're asleep. Complete list of offenders that will make it impossible top even think about reversing liver cirrhosis should they find their way on your plate. No matter what kind of expensive medication you take Liver Disease Cirrhosis, Life, Expectancy, cirrhosis of liver, symptoms liver disease, end stage cirrhosis, alcoholic cirrhosis, alcohol liver disease, chronic liver disease
14 Sep 2011
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For More Information Visit Our Page:- *******www.cancersurvivalrate****/bile-duct-cancer-life-expectancy/ It is not possible to predict the bile duct cancer life expectancy. This is due to the different number of months or days and even years that patient has to live. Bile duct cancer is one of the rare diseases in the world
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*******livercirrhosisbible.virtual35**** This website is where I share the story about how I got back from the verge of "the other side" and how thousands of people are doing it every year following the principles of the holistic breakthrough protocol known as the Ezra protocol.
21 Jun 2011
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In today's show we talk about a homeless man in New York city, the supposed "death" of print media, the spot on cosplayer, Anna Moleva and a whole lot of other stuff!
4 Dec 2012
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Smoking also a cause for infections, Vitamin E helpful to prolong Alzheimer patent's life, Aerobics helpful for the elderly, antioxidants not helpful to increase life expectancy
17 Apr 2008
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Learn how even moderate obesity shortens life expectancy in this video segment from WLS News at *******www.weightlosssurgerychannel****
2 May 2009
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*******www.globalchange**** AIDS prevention, vaccine and cures. Scientific research into AIDS treatments. Medical advances in treatment of HIV related illnesses and AIDS. Life expectancy with HIV infection. Why no vaccine for AIDS. Side effects of AIDS treatments, antiviral medication. Viral resistance. Prevention methods for HIV. Education programmes, targeted prevention programmes and community mobilisation. Video by keynote conference speaker Dr Patrick Dixon, Futurist and author of 12 books on global trends including Futurewise and Building a Better Business. AIDS, hiv, prevention, treatment, vaccine, cure, antiviral, programmes, targeted, life expectancy
20 Apr 2008
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A precedent has been set, and it’s for the U-S life expectancy rate. For the first time ever, the government reported that the average expected lifespan for Americans is more than 78 years. The report that was released Wednesday said the increased life rate is directly linked to a decrease in the mortality rate for 9 out of the 15 leading causes of death. Plus the United States experienced a mild flu season this year, resulting in a diminished threat to people with serious conditions. The study was determined by the National Center for Health Statistics and took into account about 95-percent of the 2-point-4-million U-S death certificates for 2006. Generally, white women have the longest expected lifespan, followed by black women, white men and then black men. Statisticians are hoping to add Hispanic data into the mix next year. However, even with this recent life expectancy increase in the United States, the World Health Organization says that Americans still trail behind about 30 other countries. Some list toppers include Switzerland and Australia as well as Japan at number-one..........
13 Jun 2008
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*******www.benevic****/ This video discusses life expectancy, longevity, diet-related diseases (such as heart attack, certain cancers, stroke and diabetes) and some advantages of a low-cost diet plan to remain healthy. Learn more about the Bene Victus diet (for sale for $17) at *******www.benevic****/. Transcript: In the Stone Age which lasted until about 3000 B.C. life expectancy at birth was about 20 years. Life expectancy increased to 28 years in the days of ancient Rome and to 45 years in the United States in the early 1900s. Today life expectancy at birth is almost 90 years in the Principality of Monaco and some futurists believe that longevity will increase dramatically in the years ahead. In 1900 the leading causes of U.S. deaths were pneumonia, tuberculosis, diarrhea and other infectious diseases caused by bacteria and viruses. Today the leading causes of death in the United States are heart attacks, cancer, respiratory diseases, strokes and other chronic, degenerative diseases. The Bene Victus diet (from the Latin bene victus meaning healthy food) offers a low-cost diet plan for people trying to achieve or maintain a low, healthy weight. With obesity and diabetes reaching epidemic proportions and with the possibility of longevity breakthroughs on the horizon, there has never been a better time to adopt a healthy, low-calorie, high-nutrient diet. Learn more about the Bene Victus diet at *******www.benevic****.
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*******www.benevic****/ This video discusses life expectancy, longevity, diet-related diseases (such as heart attack, certain cancers, stroke and diabetes) and some advantages of a low-cost diet plan to remain healthy. Learn more about the Bene Victus diet (for sale for $17) at *******www.benevic****/. Transcript: In the Stone Age which lasted until about 3000 B.C. life expectancy at birth was about 20 years. Life expectancy increased to 28 years in the days of ancient Rome and to 45 years in the United States in the early 1900s. Today life expectancy at birth is almost 90 years in the Principality of Monaco and some futurists believe that longevity will increase dramatically in the years ahead. In 1900 the leading causes of U.S. deaths were pneumonia, tuberculosis, diarrhea and other infectious diseases caused by bacteria and viruses. Today the leading causes of death in the United States are heart attacks, cancer, respiratory diseases, strokes and other chronic, degenerative diseases. The Bene Victus diet (from the Latin bene victus meaning healthy food) offers a low-cost diet plan for people trying to achieve or maintain a low, healthy weight. With obesity and diabetes reaching epidemic proportions and with the possibility of longevity breakthroughs on the horizon, there has never been a better time to adopt a healthy, low-calorie, high-nutrient diet. Learn more about the Bene Victus diet at *******www.benevic****.
3 Jan 2012
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