Secrets of the “World’s Oldest Siblings”

Thanks to Ken Sutton of Lowell, Indiana, for sharing this link from The Week.com about three New York centenarians and a research study exploring why some people just plain live longer regardless of their lifestyles.

Congratulations to Helen Faith Keane Reichert (108), Irving Kahn (104) and Peter Kahn (100) for being positively old. We salute you.

Here’s their story…

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  1. […] most things in life, there is probably not one answer or solution. We know that genetics play a role. In fact, many people who drink and smoke heavily have lived to ripe old ages. While I wouldn’t […]

  2. […] sincerely doubt it. Like most things in life, I suspect there are many answers and solutions. We know that genetics play a role. In fact, many people who drink and smoke heavily have lived to ripe old ages. While I wouldn’t […]

  3. […] still if it weren’t for knee replacements. Warren Buffet says he’ll work until he’s 100. One of the oldest siblings in America still works on Wall Street, even though he is […]

  4. […] still if it weren’t for knee replacements. Warren Buffet says he’ll work until he’s 100. One of the oldest siblings in America still works on Wall Street, even though he is […]



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