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  • Australia

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  • Belgium

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  • Canada

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  • Denmark

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  • England

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  • Scotland

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  • South Africa

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  • Switzerland

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    Texas, but I would highly prefer to reside in the Basque Country where my mother's ancestors are from.
    I am maybe planning on taking a road trip through parts of Texas this fall.
    I will PM you when the time is closer to see if I will be anywhere near you.
    We can grab a couple of beers. x_cheers
    The only thing that may stop me from going this fall is if it interfers with me moving in March.
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    Originally posted by Sicklecellanemia
    I am maybe planning on taking a road trip through parts of Texas this fall.
    I will PM you when the time is closer to see if I will be anywhere near you.
    We can grab a couple of beers. x_cheers
    The only thing that may stop me from going this fall is if it interfers with me moving in March.
    Which areas of Texas are you planning to visit? It's a pretty huge state, huge enough to be its own nation, speaking of which, it was its own nation from 1836 to 1845.

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    Which areas of Texas are you planning to visit?
    The Galveston area first, then Corpus Christi and some areas inbetween.


    ? It's a pretty huge state, huge enough to be its own nation, speaking of which, it was its own nation from 1836 to 1845.
    That is true, I was going to visit some people around San Antonio but that is too far of a drive.

    I have an old book that has the main history of Texas and I do remember it saying that Texas, properly spelled TEXAS (lol) was it's own nation at one time.
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    Originally posted by Sicklecellanemia
    The Galveston area first, then Corpus Christi and some areas inbetween.
    I live south of Corpus Christi, in an area called the Rio Grande Valley, which isn't really a valley to begin with. It's the most southern three counties in Texas.

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    Alberta, Western Canada

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    New Orleans, Louisiana USA

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    Glasgow, Scotland

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    Contemplate death! - Phlegethon

    Glaswegians 'live shorter lives'

    Glasgow came bottom of the list for male life expectancy
    People living in Glasgow have the lowest life expectancy in the UK, according to statistics.

    The average lifespan of men in the city is more than a decade shorter than in North Dorset, which tops the list for longevity.

    The Office for National Statistics survey said that the life expectancy for women was 7.2 years less than in West Somerset.

    Health officials blamed poverty for the city's bad record - but insisted that steps were being taken to improve the situation.

    The figures relate to life expectancy at birth in 1999-2001.

    The survey said that men could expect to live for an average of 68.7 years in Glasgow.


    LOWEST MALE LIFE EXPECTANCY
    Glasgow - 68.7
    Manchester - 69.8
    Inverclyde - 70.3
    West Dunbartonshire - 70.8
    Renfrewshire - 71.7
    Dundee - 71.8
    North Lanarkshire - 71.8
    Blackpool - 72
    Liverpool - 72
    Western Isles - 72.3


    The life expectancy for women in the city was estimated at 76.2 years.

    Scottish council areas accounted for seven of the 10 areas with the lowest life expectancy for men, and six out of 10 for women.

    West Dunbartonshire and Inverclyde also featured in the worst five areas for both men and women.

    North Dorset was the area with the highest male life expectancy, with an average age of 79.3.

    Christchurch recorded a similar figure, with East Dorset in third place.

    West Somerset was top for women, with an average age of 83.4, followed by Purbeck and Guildford.

    'Getting better'

    Evelyn Borland, acting director of health promotion with NHS Greater Glasgow, identified poverty and deprivation as the causes of the city's poor health record.

    She said: "Glasgow's health record won't change overnight, but things are getting better.

    "Major changes are taking place on a city-wide level for the social and physical regeneration of Glasgow, improving the areas where people live.


    LOWEST FEMALE LIFE EXPECTANCY
    Glasgow - 76.2
    Manchester - 76.5
    East Ayrshire - 76.7
    West Dunbartonshire - 77.2
    Inverclyde - 77.2
    Liverpool - 77.3
    North Lanarkshire - 77.5
    Wansbeck - 77.6
    Merthyr Tydfil - 77.6
    Renfrewshire - 77.7


    "As well as working with the local authority and other agencies on city-wide initiatives to make it easier for people to access healthier lifestyles, we are committed to supporting the wide range of innovative work being carried out by deprived communities themselves."

    Scottish National Party health spokeswoman Shona Robison said the statistics were "a national scandal".

    She said: "These figures show that after six full years in power in Westminster and four years in the Scottish Parliament, Labour has completely failed to tackle the underlying problems of poverty and deprivation which lead to low life expectancy.

    "Under Labour, the life expectancy gap between the top and bottom is widening."

    A spokesman for the Scottish Executive said there was "no short-term fix".

    He added: "The executive is committed to improve health leaving and life expectancy for all men and women living and Scotland and to reduce the inequalities of life expectancy between the most affluent and most deprived."


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    LOL!

    Yes, it's true.
    Glasgow is actually the heart-attack and stroke capital of Europe.
    It would seem that poverty plays it's part as the most affluent areas of the UK seem to have the highest life expectancy.
    But I think lifestyle is the biggest reason.
    Scots on the whole are still hard-drinking and hard-living.
    They distrust people who are into being healthy.
    People who go to the gym are seen as either wealthy poseurs or closet homosexuals

    Diet (too little fresh fruit and vegetables, too much fried food)
    Over-drinking
    Smoking
    lack of excercise

    They all contribute to make Scotland a pretty unhealthy place.
    Still, it's not to bad, I'm actually just on the eastern outskirts of Glasgow and I see that my life-expectancy actually 71.8

    I would have liked a few more years, but I'll not complain.
    You gotta die sometime, at least I won't die as a senile 90 year old, but as a bright and cheerful old codger tucking into my cholesterol soaked fish and chips while drinking a pint of lager and smoking a cigarette and watching the tv from my favourite chair.

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    Which Country Do You Reside In?

    Please pick your country of residence and expand if you want to say which region, city etc.



    I live in Nashville, TN, the USA.

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