The Cover of Time, musical chairs, and the death of death itself

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Most laypeople and scientists think there must be some as yet undiscovered genetic traits shared by those who enjoy extreme longevity. If there is, Stanford researchers couldn’t find it in the genes of the world’s oldest people

How to live to 115? I hate to say “I told you so…”

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This article describes exactly what I’ve been saying for the last 6 years. My book, “Telomere Timebombs: defusing the terror of aging” outlines this exact and obvious conclusion: maintaining stem cell telomere integrity will allow for longer and healthier lives.

Words of wit and wisdom from a sassy 100-year-old

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People say that when you are ready, love will find you. I would like to add that if it does, never let it go because as Stevie Nicks sang

“Lightnight strikes, maybe once. Maybe twice. And it all comes down to you.”