Many of the "Oldest" People in the World Are Mistaken

Many of the "Oldest" People in the World Are Mistaken
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We've long been obsessed with the super-elderly. How do some people make it to 100 or even 110 years old? Why do some regions — say, Sardinia, Italy, or Okinawa, Japan —produce dozens of these “supercentenarians” while other regions produce none? Is it genetics? Diet? Environmental factors? Long walks at dawn?

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