CHICAGO (AP) - Living to 100 is easier than you might think.
Surprising new research suggests that even people who develop
heart disease or diabetes late in life have a decent shot at
reaching the century mark.
"It has been generally assumed that living to 100 years of age
was limited to those who had not developed chronic illness," said
Dr. William Hall of the University of Rochester.
Hall has a theory for how these people could live to that age.
In an editorial in Monday's Archives of...Full Story