A million years ago, man made the first mighty invention, fire – and, unknowingly, he learned to cook meats and destroy dangerous microorganisms! In 1846, the invention of modern anesthesia by Thomas Morton transformed the concept of life expectancy. Penicillin, invented in 1928, once again, changed the construct, as it combated many life-exterminating illnesses.
These are just three of the many amazing inventions of man, in his constant quest to improve quality of life and break life-negating barriers. Here’s a color-coded mapping of 50 breakthrough advancements that form the pivot of modern life expectancy norms.
Infographic Source: Inventions That Drive Modern Life Expectancy by Aperion Care