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The Methuselah factors : learning from the world's longest living people

Author: Dan Georgakas
Publisher: Chicago, IL : Academy Chicago Publishers, 1995.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : Completely rev. & updatedView all editions and formats
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What is the reason some persons are so much more durable than the rest of humankind? In this revised and updated edition, Georgakas has drawn on research into the lives of thousands of long-living people
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dan Georgakas
ISBN: 0897334167 9780897334167
OCLC Number: 31901376
Description: xiv, 329 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Longevity Lore --
The oldest of the old --
The long-living people of Abkhasia --
Soviet centenarianism --
Longevity in the mountains --
The Hunzakuts --
Serendipitous Sheringham and Cambridgeshire --
Rethinking the first ninety-nine --
The longevous personality --
Doctor two legs --
Food as fuel --
Biochemical individuality --
The toxic society --
Redefining the biological limits --
Longevity now.
Responsibility: Dan Georgakas.

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What is the reason some persons are so much more durable than the rest of humankind? In this revised and updated edition, Georgakas has drawn on research into the lives of thousands of long-living people

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