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And living longer. News about living past 100 and thriving. From ABC News headquarters, this is ABC World News with Diane Sawyer. We all know about those people who live well past 100, vibrant활발한, thriving. Is it some special food or some rule they live by or something scientists reported today. Here’s Sherrill Alfonzi.
Meet Aggie Fadden, believe it or not, she’s just weeks away from celebrating her 105th birthday. So we asked her what is the secret to her long life? “Drink good booze, drink good booze! That’s kept you well preserved?” “Right. Right.” If it sounds crazy, consider the latest science on the subject. Researchers now say living into your hundreds may have less to do with what you eat or drink, and more to do with the combination of a series of very specific genes. Those genes can actually predict longevity. Almost all the centenarians100세 이상 장수자 they studied have that combination.
“I’m….be 111. Wonderful. I’ve never been that old before” Benie Madigan thinks her genes did play a key role in her long life. Specifically the fact that she never passed those genes on. “No kids, no stress, no strain.” And scientists say those longevity genes could also protect you from serious disease. Aggie told us she’s only had one serious health problem in all her years. A benign tumor양성종양 . “And what did the doctor tell you? What was his advice to you?”
“When he discharged퇴원시키다 me, he said, Aggie, you must drink three Miller Highlite a day.” So Aggie has enjoyed three beers and a shot of scotch every day for almost 70 years with an unquenchable 채울 수 없는 thirst for more. Sherrill Alfonzi, ABC News,
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