“Since I met Ushi five years ago, she run away from home, started working at a new job and started using perfume too.” says dr. Dan Buettner.
Ushi started to use perfume now
(Pronunciation: USHÍ STÁR-têd to ÍUZ PÃR-fíum náu)
Why perfume? Well… She has a new boyfriend. Not bad for a 103-year-old lady!
Ushi is 103 years old
(Pronunciation: USHÍ íz uãn HÃN-drêd ên THRÍ Í-ãrz ôld)
Ushi is not an exception. Populations around the world are getting older.To study them, Dr. Dan Buettner* spent 10 years visiting places where people live long lives.
Okinawans have one-third the heart disease
(Pronunciation: o-ki-NÁU-ãns hév UÃN- THÃRD the HÁRT diz-ÍZ)
One of the places he visited is Okinawa, in Japan. “Okinawans have one-third the heart disease, one-fourth the breast and prostate cancer and one-third less mental problems than Americans” says Dr. Buettner.
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Fist Question: Where are the elderly found?CorrectIncorrect
Oh, sorry. The correct answer is 3: All over the world.
Second Question: How many elderly people will there be in the world by 2050?CorrectIncorrect
Oh, sorry. The correct answer is 3: Around 9 billion.
Third Question: Why did Dr. Buettner visit Okinawa?CorrectIncorrect
Oh, sorry. The correct answer is 3: Because elderly people there have less diseases than elderly people in other countries.
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