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Living Longer (Longevity) #847240

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 14, 2006
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The death of 116-year-old Elizabeth Bolden this week noted. {Note: the following is an update of a series of reports from November 2005}

(Loma Linda, California: Gary Tuchman) The elderly of the Seventh Day Adventists of Loma Linda, California, & from Okinawa, Japan, who are ageing well, re-examined; scenes shown of lots of happy old people. [Exercising & driving, Seventh Day Adventist 102-year-old Marge JETTON†- talks about her life, Presidents Jimmy Carter & Ronald Reagan.] [Okinawan 90-year-old fisherman Zenei NAKAMURA††, villager Ushi OKUSHIMA†- {thru translator} talk about their healthy lives.] ["The Okinawa Way" author Craig WILLCOX†- offer perspectives on the Okinawan way of life.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary

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