Which birth month lives the longest?
They Live the Longest
While October babies have the highest risk of disease among all birth months, they don't let that stop them from living very long lives. According to a 2011 study of over 1,500 centenarians (or people that live to be 100), babies born between September and November live the longest.
According to the CDC, February is the least common birth month. That's also logical, seeing as nine months prior is May which marks longer, sunnier days, warmer temperatures and usually more outside activity. If you have any questions about conception, make sure to contact your provider.
December 25 (Christmas Day) is the least common birthday, while January 1 (New Year's Day) is the second least common.
They found that babies conceived in summer months (June-August) were almost a third of an ounce (8 grams) heavier than babies born in other months. Together, the duo compared more than 1.4 siblings born to 647,050 mothers in New York City, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
As can be seen, based upon the between-family analyses, these results predict that second born children have a life expectancy half a year shorter than first borns, third born children a life expectancy a full year shorter than first borns, and sixth born children a life expectancy a year and a half shorter than first ...
Those born in September are, apparently, the smartest out of the entire year. According to Marie Claire, a study published in the National Bureau of Economic Research found that there's a clear correlation between the month during which you were born and how smart you are.
September Birth Flower: Forget-Me-Not
Distinguished by their five blue petals, forget-me-nots are native to New Zealand and are Alaska's state flower. These September birth month flowers' scientific name is Myosotis scorpioides because the flower stalks look like a scorpion's tail.
September 9th is the most common birthday in the US, followed by September 19th. Another explanation for the popularity of September birthdays is elective births and induction.
Abstract. Month of birth influences adult life expectancy at ages 50+. Why? In two countries of the Northern Hemisphere–Austria and Denmark–people born in autumn (October–December) live longer than those born in spring (April–June).
Males born in the Lesotho have the lowest life expectancy of the world in 2022. Similarly low is the life expectancy for females born in this country. The average woman lives only 56 years. The lowest life expectancy for women in the world in 2022 was for girls born in Nigeria, with only 54 years.