This article examines the question of whether people living in villages have longer lifespans than those living in cities. It notes that there are many studies on the subject and that the results vary. Some studies suggest that living in a village may lead to a longer life, but there are also studies that suggest the opposite. It is important to consider the context of each study when looking at the results. The article concludes that more research is needed to understand the relationship between village living and lifespan.