Human life span has increased or decreased?

@babray06 (1787)
India
September 19, 2006 1:08pm CST
I think it depends on specific area. In urban areas I think it has decreased. Do you agree?
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7 responses
@ababee22 (59)
• United States
17 Jan 07
I think overall it's increased.
@Sweety76 (1596)
• India
23 Sep 06
it has decreased
@oscarc (864)
• India
20 Sep 06
with the kind of advancement in medical research we have witnessed..human life span has increased..but because of the kind of lifestyle most people lead...it kinda balances out..so there's a check on the population problem too
@ericmg (93)
• Australia
20 Sep 06
Yes it has as a whole world, even in country that have a shorter life span than some of the world leading ones. However I believe with the amasing medical improvmets that have come about it helps all unfortunatly there is big bussiness greed and Bottom line that lets the countrys/ people with money a better chance of better quality of life. some does get the the third world countrys by small groups where you are born and to whom really puts one at a advantage or disvange,, not really right I believe one must put something back into their community ( all can do if makes the effort in some orginazation )
@nextgen (1888)
• India
19 Sep 06
It has decresed like anything
@Sweety76 (1596)
• India
19 Sep 06
as per the scintific data, it has decreased significantly
19 Sep 06
Well of course it's depend on area. For example life span in average has gone up in England (and America) where as Iraq it's shot down dramatically.