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Wednesday 11th December 2019

Babies born in December more likely to 'live longer and be nicer people' studies claim

They are also more likely to be sporty

Those born in December are always thought to have the rough end of the stick.

Especially if their birthdays are close to Christmas.

But a rash of scientific studies and surveys claim that babies born in December will not only 'live longer' but also be 'nicer people'.

December babies could live longer (Credit: Pexels)

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The Sun reports that several scientific surveys have concluded that being born in the last month of the year means you're more likely to live beyond the age of 100.

The study carried out in the Journal Of Ageing Research, wrote: "This study suggests that the December-born have a significantly higher risk of surviving up to age 105+ compared to the June-born."

Another study of 1,749,400 people from the United States suggests December babies have a lower risk of cardiovascular disease.

According to the study, the findings are down to "seasonal variations".

December babies have less mood swings (Credit: Pexels)

Another study in the US concluded - using college students as its sample size - that people born in winter months complain less than others

The study also concluded that those who are born in December admit to having less frequent mood swings and bouts of irritability than those born in summer months.

Those born in the winter were significantly less prone to irritable temperament than those born at other times of the year.

It said: "Those born in the winter were significantly less prone to irritable temperament than those born at other times of the year."

New unique names have appeared (Credit: Pexels)

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Elsewhere, the likes of Corbyn, Lucifer and Boris have been added to the list of popular baby names.

These were three of the more unique names that appeared on 2018's list of 47,785 newborns, released by the National Records of Scotland.

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