Meet The World’s Oldest Man Who Was Younger Than 65 Women

Dr. Alexander Imich is seen during an interview with Reuters at his home
in New York City on May 9, 2014. (Credit: Mike Segar/Reuters)

Alexander Imich, a 111-year-old New Yorker, was the world’s oldest
man when he died Sunday. But the late doctor was actually the world’s
66th oldest person.

That’s right. There are 65 women older than
Imich, according to the Gerontology Research Group, which keeps track of
supercentenarians – people over the age of 110.

As of last
weekend, there were 76 supercentenarians worldwide, including Imich, who
had been declared the world’s oldest man in May. Of those 76, only
three were men. The remaining 73 supercentenarians were all women.

The world’s oldest woman, Japanese Misao Okawa, is 116. She was born in 1898.
average life expectancy for American women is 81.92 years, according to
2014 government estimates. Men, on the other hand, live an average
77.11 years.

The oldest American recently turned 115.
Read about the last man from the 19th century.
This 101-year-old woman’s has a sizzling longevity secret.

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Victor Ndah

This is coincidence, mind you they av made their own record…


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