Increased life expectancy should mark end of til death do us part

first_imgCurrent general life expectancy is rising two and a half years per decade, or 15 minutes and hour, she told The Hay Festival, meaning every day the average person in Britain adds six hours to their lifespan. Marriage vows may need to be rewritten to omit ’till death do us part because people are living so long that couples may not want to be together for life, a leading ageing expert has warned. Sarah Harper, Professor of Gerontology at Oxford University, said that the increase in life expectancy, coupled with scientific and medical advances, would see people not dying before 120 or 130. Credit: Clara Molden for The Telegraph Professor Sarah Harper speaks on stage on the fifth day of the Hay Festival Professor Sarah Harper speaks on stage on the fifth day of the Hay Festival But she said the huge increase in longevity would bring challenges for marriage because partners who were previously…last_img read more

Kiel with 3 from Motors Hungarian home

← Previous Story IN-OUT IN GYOR: Muller and Milanovic Litre in “green” Next Story → SHOT-CLOCK IN HANDBALL: Why and why not? THW Kiel secured three goals advantage in the first match of VELUX EHF CL TOP 16 against home team Ukrainina Motor 31:28 (16:14) in Hungarian Gyor, where team from Zaporozhye welcomed Germans.  Despite the fact that were on the neutral court in front of 1.900 fans, team coached by Bebeshko showed good resistance to the favorites from the North. Ukrainians were in the game until 25:25 with Afitulin (6) in the main role, while Sjostrand’s injury was a good reason to see Palicka in good form tonight with 15 saves for “Zebras”.As usual Jicha and Vujin scored 7 goals both. EHF Champions Leaguemotor vs kiel read more