Caring.com has compiled a list of the 10 surprising clues you’ll live to 100 posted on healthyliving.msn.com. It seems these days that more people than ever are living to reach the magnificent age of 100. Studies has shown that there are certain characteristics, some genetic, some lifestyle related, that can contribute to your chances of reaching 100. If you haven’t taken time out to worry (but not too much, Clue #7) about your own longevity, there is no time like the present. Take a moment now and read these interesting clues and see if you are on schedule to reach centenarianism.
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Tags: culture and environment, education, health care, infrastructure, stability, The Economist Intelligence Unit, world's most liveable cities
Vancouver topped the list of the world’s most liveable cities for the fifth straight year based on a survey from The Economist Intelligence Unit. Vancouver scored 98 percent on a combination of stability, health care, culture and environment, education, and infrastructure. Pittsburgh was the top U.S. city with 29th place — just ahead of Honolulu — while Los Angeles moved up three places to 44th and New York held onto the 56th spot.
Top 10 most liveable cities as ranked by The Economist Intelligence Unit:
1. Vancouver, Canada
2. Melbourne, Australia
3. Vienna, Austria
4. Toronto, Canada
5. Calgary, Canada
6. Helsinki, Finland
7. Sydney, Australia
8. Perth, Australia
8. Adelaide, Australia
10. Auckland, New Zealand
Tags: Best Cities, best pediatricians, education, health care, highest income, interactive map, lowest cost for health care, lowest cost of living, lowest unemployment rate, safety, Working Mothers
Mintlife.com has published an interactive map of The Best Cities for Working Mothers. The map is based on Forbes’ rankings over multiple areas and includes safety, education, and health care as part of the criteria. The map includes 11 overlays, some of the included overlays are highest income, lowest unemployment rate, lowest cost of living, lowest cost for health care and best pediatricians.