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91% of 18-34 year olds using social media are talking about brands.
Can the United States approach high-level gymnastics training more humanely? In the wake of a seismic scandal, Chellsie Memmel and other gymnasts are done with inhumane coaching — and the idea that they have to peak in their teens. https://t.co/RqY5W29sef
For almost the entirety of human history, global life expectancy was around 35 years. Lives only started getting longer in the 18th century — and only for the rich. Then, over the last hundred years, they doubled. What happened? https://t.co/3xgrv5Kp9O
Human culture evolved with the understanding that earthly life is finite and, in the grand scheme, relatively brief. But there is an ongoing quest to answer one of history’s most controversial questions: What exactly is the limit on the human life span? https://t.co/39PM89ljk2
A child born in Malawi has an expected life span of more than 65 years — unimaginable just two decades ago, when the nation’s life expectancy was only 44. But inequities remain. Here’s a photographic look at the global fight for a more equal life span. https://t.co/cgm4Gal7Sr
Since the end of the 1918 flu pandemic, an astonishing thing has happened: the average human life span has doubled. How did this great doubling happen? In our special issue on life expectancy, @stevenbjohnson explains what it took. https://t.co/4fIcZVN6ou
Normalizing masks. Safer childbirth for Black mothers. mRNA vaccines for cancers. Robot surgeons? In the last century, the average human life expectancy doubled. Here are 43 innovations that could help us do it again — maybe. https://t.co/jb3FLJ28zH