Living Longer: Reaching 114 Is Not Just Good Genes

A man and a woman whose lives literally reached all the way back to the horse and buggy days are teaching modern scientists a few things about getting old. Both lived more than 114 years -- their names and exact ages are being withheld to protect their privacy -- and both had about the same number of bad genes as the rest of us. Those genes, called variants, should have destroyed their health and even killed them long before they reached that age. Alzheimer's, cancer, heart disease, the whole...Full Story
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