An Anthropological study shows that women who wear fewer clothes live longer.
A prominent British anthropologist has completed a ground-breaking, 10-year study proving that women who wear less clothing live up to 20 years longer.
Sir Edwin Burkhart published his study in the Royal Journal of Social Anthropology.
The results of over 5,000 interviews with women ages 70 to 120 showed that those women at the older end of the spectrum consistently wore fewer clothes throughout their lifetime.
Philomena Bushfield, 120, is a life-long nudist who hasn't worn more than a pair of socks since I was 7. She is rarely sick, still runs in marathons, and has the energy and enthusiasm of a woman half her age.
Liz Sexton, 117, was a strip-tease artist for most of her life. I was stripping until I was 83, recalls Sexton who likes to feel the cool air whistling over and under her yah-yahs.