The Secret of British PM's Longevity Lies in His Surname

by Medindia Content Team on  December 16, 2007 at 4:24 PM Lifestyle News
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The Secret of British PM's Longevity Lies in His Surname
According to researchers, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown can reach the grand age of 75, but his Tory rival David Cameron would make it to only 74years of age.

In a study, it was found that people with the Brit PM's surname weren't dead until they reached the 75 landmark and seven months on average.

Whereas, it was found that Camerons lived for 74 and two months.

The statistics will appear in a study by genealogy website www.familyrelatives.com, which holds records of deaths in England and Wales since 1837.

A familyrelatives.com spokesman said that Brown, and all those sharing his surname, could look forward to many years of living.

"Gordon can look forward to many years at the helm," The Sun quoted the rep, as saying.

Source: ANI
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