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2014-08-21 12:27:23

Martha Stewart-Narrated Film Features Insights from Leading Aging Research Experts WASHINGTON, Aug.

2014-08-07 12:26:30

Martha Stewart-Narrated Film Features Insights from Leading Aging Research Experts WASHINGTON, Aug.

2012-08-07 13:23:03

Despite advances in health care and increases in life expectancy overall, Americans with less than a high school education have life expectancies similar to adults in the 1950s and 1960s.

2011-12-07 11:17:14

In a research letter appearing in the Dec. 7 issue of JAMA, S. Jay Olshansky, Ph.D., of the University of Illinois at Chicago, examined the question that U.S. Presidents may experience accelerated aging while in office by analyzing the life span of all U.S. Presidents compared to men of their era.

2011-12-07 11:03:22

Contrary to claims that U.S. presidents age at twice the normal rate, a new study finds that most U.S. presidents live longer than expected for men of their same age and era.

US Presidents Outlive Peers, Despite Appearance Of Aging Faster
2011-12-07 06:41:44

Although many U.S. Presidents appear to show signs of accelerated aging during their time in office, they actually outlive their peers, according to a new analysis by a University of Illinois at Chicago sociologist.

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2006-03-15 12:25:00

Modern medicine is redefining old age and may soon allow people to live regularly beyond the current upper limit of 120 years, experts said on Wednesday.


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