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How to Age Without “Getting Old”

And What Aging Means in the 21st Century

“Then-Senator Glenn joined the STS-95 Discovery crew in 1998, becoming the oldest person to fly in space at 77.” — ©NASA

My great-grandmother Beulah passed away in 1981. She was 91.

Her daughter died in 1987 at the age of 74.

My great-grandfather Arthur passed away in 1985. He was 96.

His son died in 1996 at the age of 79.




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