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Bessie Camm – The oldest woman in Britain died

„My life as a nurse was good, but I did not repeat it. Even for all tea in China, „said a woman.

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In 1926, B. Camm, the 10th oldest man in the world, gained a nursing qualification and worked in this area for a lifetime. She was married to John Cammo just before the Second World War, but they did not give birth to their children. The man died in 1972.

 

Bessie Camm – The oldest woman in Britain

„My life as a nurse was good, but I did not repeat it. Even for all tea in China, „said a woman.

Once they asked what a long life recipe was, Mr Camm replied: „Hard work, dating with good people and good food.“

As published on the Oldest in Britain website, now in the oldest Britain, a person is in Felixstow, in the county of Suffolk, living in Olive Evelyn Boar, who is 113 and 231 days old.

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In Britain it is necessary to introduce compulsory vaccination against measles

According to scientists, most countries „would benefit greatly from introducing compulsory pre-school vaccination against existing standard immunization programs.

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The solution suggested by scientists is to make sure that a lot more people are vaccinated or that schools are given a vaccination regime. Such measures are necessary to maintain the share of vulnerable people below 7.5% by 2050. limits. This limit already means that the measles are eradicated, scientists say.

The findings of their study are published in the medical journal BMC Medicine. The survey showed that last year, 3.7 percent of all UK age groups were vulnerable. UK residents. However, this number is expected to exceed 50% by 2050 if the current vaccination regime remains in place.

According to scientists, most countries „would benefit greatly from introducing compulsory pre-school vaccination against existing standard immunization programs.“

„We have found that this strategy would be particularly beneficial for the United Kingdom, Ireland and the United States to achieve a stable level of population immunity over the coming decades, which means that a sufficiently large proportion of people will be resistant to the disease to prevent future outbreaks,“ noted one of the authors of the study, Stefano Merler.

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Meeting someone from a dating site. What you should know?

Online dating is a never-ending fountain of choice, and it can heighten the need to find the ideal “totally perfect” partner which doesn’t actually exist. Some people have a hard time committing for this reason.

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Dating sites are a meat market. Men are sitting in the deli case, women choose the cuts that suit them best. Unlike a meat market though, all sales are not final, and shenanigans are going on under the table. Matches happen on the basis of looks, or utility. The best looking men are matched for sex, the mundane men are matched for meals, gifts, labor, attention, and as plan B candidates to be placed on the back burner just in case that 1 in a million relationship with a far more attractive guy comes crashing down.

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Meeting someone from a dating site

  1. The person’s personality is far different from their description. People often will write how they want to be versus how they actually are, or they simply don’t know how to describe themselves well. Meet as soon as possible to help avoid this.
  2. Matched with a college athlete, met in person, had “recently” developed a love of beer, and the red face and belly that accompany it.
  3. Matched with someone 100% my type, total rockstar in person. If I believed in love at first sight, it was him. (He travels for work, I absolutely enjoyed my very short time with him.)
  4. Online dating is a never-ending fountain of choice, and it can heighten the need to find the ideal “totally perfect” partner which doesn’t actually exist. Some people have a hard time committing for this reason.If you’re a girl it’s a meat market and you have far more choices with people who will respond than men do — it’s just the way it is. Kind of like real life but greatly exacerbated.
  5. Online dating is somewhat superficial, but it’s fairly easy to be “attractive enough” to obtain interest.

 

  • Remember if it looks to good and sounds to good it most likely is. Choose free and safe dating

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UK is the first by millionth people in Europe

Britain is the fourth largest in the world after the United States, China and Japan, according to the number of millionaires. But the country is…

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Great Britain is the number one millionth in Europe. True, the country is still far from Japan, China or the United States.

Currently, more than 2.4 million people live in the United Kingdom. Millionaire dollars – more than in any other European country.

It is reported that the British population, whose assets amounted to more than 1 million by the middle of this year. USD (£ 767,000), increased by 244 thousand. Experts say that this was mainly due to rising real estate prices and stock prices.

A study by Swiss bank Credit Suisse showed that currently 1% the richest people in the world manage 47.2 percent. world property, or £ 114.1 trillion.

Britain is the fourth

Britain is the fourth largest in the world after the United States, China and Japan, according to the number of millionaires. But the country is ahead of Germany, which is 2.2 million. Millionaire Dollar, and France, with a population of 2.1 million. millionaire

The number of millionaires is projected to increase

The number of millionaires is projected to increase by 30% over the next five years in Britain. up to 3.2 million , but the country will remain in fourth place. 146 thousand. people  lived in Britain whose assets are valued at more than $ 50 million. It is forecasted that this number will increase by 55 thousand by 2023.

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