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Create Custom Challenge Coins for National Centenarian’s Day

People are living to the ripe old age of 100 and beyond these days thanks to a number of different factors.  An article titled, Live to 100: Number of centenarians has doubled, published by CNN.com this week notes that one-third of UK babies born in 2013 are expected to live to see 100.  The United States Census has reported similar trends.  In 2010, there were 53,364 centenarians in the US.

Places That Have the Most Centenarians

Blue zones, places studied by scientists for decades, are areas of the planet where living to be 100 and beyond is normal.  The most documented parts of the globe include Sardinia, Italy, the islands of Okinawa, Japan, Loma Linda, California, Nicoya, Costa Rica, and Ikaria, Greece.  Centenarians are customary in these cities.

Things People 100 Years and Older Have in Common

What people that live to be 100 and beyond have in common according to US News & World Report is several different things including gender, city living, residences in the Northeast or Midwest, and the fact that they live with others not alone.  Furthermore, centenarians share secrets to living a long, happy life.  Some contributing factors include not smoking, spending quality time with loved ones, constant low-level exercise, and a plant-based diet (meat and carbohydrates permitted but vegetables make up the foundation of the meal).

Celebrating National Centenarian’s Day

National Centenarian’s Day is September 22nd.  The annual celebration honors individuals that have lived to be 100 years old or older.  The oldest living person in the United States at the moment is Jeralean Talley who just celebrated her 115th birthday last month in Inkster, Michigan.  Ms. Talley was an avid bowler at 104 years old.  She likes to fish and gets around on her own with the use of a walker.

Honor Centenarians with a Unique Gift

Honor the nation’s centenarians with a unique gift of a custom challenge coin.  We have a number of different styles designed to meet your needs.  Publicly recognizing US centenarians is easy when you have a company like Signature Coins by your side.  We provide free artwork and design services to meet your needs.  Free shipping is available to all customers with a US address.

Calculate Your Own Life Expectancy

Living to be 100 is a real accomplishment.  To calculate your own life expectancy, visit http://www.livingto100.com.  Starting to adopt healthier habits today can increase your longevity.  The current life expectancy in the US is 78.64 years.

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