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Living Longer, Living Stronger / Loma Linda, California (Part II) #809834

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 24, 2005
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) "National Geographic" cover story on "The Secrets of Living Longer" noted. {Note" segment originally aired November 16, 2005}

(Loma Linda: Gary Tuchman) The elderly of the Seventh Day Adventists church of Loma Linda, California, who are aging well, featured. [101-year-old Marge JETTON†- talks about driving, walking, the San Francisco earthquake, being a Seventh Day Adventist.] [Loma Linda Seventh Day Adventist Church Pastor Randy ROBERTS†- comments on taking care.] [97-year-old Minnie Iverson WOODS†- comments on her lifestyle.] ["National Geographic"'s Dan BUETTNER†- cites the religious-based sense of purpose.] [Loma Linda resident Darrel FLEISHMAN†, Loma Linda University school of medicine dean Dr. Roger HADLEY†- speak about longevity.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary
Duration:
00:04:50

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