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Jeremy Sinclair 9/18/07 Critique 1 “A boon to caregivers” by Carlin Flora seems to show that the nicer you are and the more giving you are has a correlation with how long you can live. Some of the facts were very strong but some of the assumptions I thought were a little farfetched. I don’t see how someone being giving and doing a lot for other people has anything to do with them living longer but the facts they showed does show some sort of correlation. In the second paragraph it says “…more then 400 older couples found that those who said they provided emotional support to their spouses or practical support such as transportation and child care to friends and relatives, reduced their chances of dying between 40 and 60 percent in a five year period”. This shows the correlation that being a caregiver will make you live longer. Maybe it’s the happiness you get form giving or maybe it’s the keeping busy and not getting stressed out from other problems or there isn’t any correlation and just a coincident.
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