I could not find a place for this, so I figured it was best put here. I watched a program 2 nights ago, on TV, about our development in the womb. It also went into the mother's role in determining the life span of her yet to be born child. It talked about leafy vegetables being influential in a longevity gene. It also mentioned that longevity could be affected by the season in which one was born, specifically the rainy season verses the dry season. The program also mentioned that our longevity may be determined by examining such genes. I thought this was worth posting.