Today, almost anything you could ever want is available at the touch of a button. It seems that we have it all in the palm of your hand. But, do we really “have it all”?
Recent research would suggest not. Modern man is missing one very key ingredient for “having it all”— quality of life. A 23-year study spanning 188 countries published in the Lancet in August suggests life expectancy has risen by six years since 1990, while health and quality of life are on the decline.