Study Finds May-December Romances Extends Human Lifespan

Posted on October 3, 2007

A study from PLoS ONE that suggests May-December romances may be boosting the life span of humans.

Study team member Cedric Puleston from Stanford University, says, "By increasing the survival of men you have a spillover effect on women because men pass their genes to children of both sexes."

As interesting as that is it really isn't increasing the human life span very significantly. What we really need are some terrific health breakthroughs and nanobots to boost our lifespan.

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