In the 1800’s, the life expectancy of the average human was just 40 years old. This is primarily due to the large amount of infant and child deaths. Life expectancy now has risen up to 80 years of age, but this isn’t even the most fascinating finding. Researchers are finding that not only are we aging better, our teeth are remaining in better condition as well. They relate these benefits to living in better conditions in general.

Key Takeaways:

  • Scientist believe that with the right tools and public health knowledge, the can make the medical devices to extend the human lifespan.
  • Danish scientist are working on a method to use a 3d printer to print out organs needed for the body
  • The 3d mould would use ones own celluar material to make the needed organ, reducing the chance of rejection to near zero.

“All around the world, scientists are trying to beat the most debilitating condition known to humans: ageing.”

Read more: