Society: People: Generations_and_Age_Groups: Seniors: Centenarians
Personal site of a centenarian (1899-2003). Includes her story, her secrets to long life, favorite jokes and quotes, and links to sites of interest to centenarians and other seniors.
Featuring a new centenarian each month. Stories of people who lived to be 100.
Centenarians: The Bonus Years
Secrets of aging, discusses their amazing personal histories and looks at the difficulties of the very old in today's society.
The Georgia Centenarian Study
University of Georgia Gerontology Center research on the conditions and needs of those who reach the age of 100 and beyond.
Gerontology Research Group Centenarian Study
Overview of scientific research throughout the world. Includes a photo gallery and comprehensive tables of known supercentenarians.
Land of Sky Century Club
Recognizes and honors individuals who are at least 100 years old in Buncombe, Henderson, Madison and Transylvania Counties of North Carolina.
A Look at Centenarians
A study on the growing segment of centenarian population by the Boston University School of Medicine. Includes glossary, newsletters, publications and related resources.
National Centenarian Awareness Project
Nonprofit organization seeking to contact and honor all those 100 years old and older for their contributions to the past. Interviews, greeting cards and registry.
New England Centenarian Study
The NECS is the largest genetic study of centenarians in the world with approximately 1,000 subjects enrolled including centenarians, their siblings and children and control subjects.
The Okinawa Centenarian Study
Identifies eleven genetic and lifestyle factors responsible for successful, healthy aging.
South Plains Centenarians
This site contains the life stories of 100 year old residents in nursing facilities on the South Plains of Texas.
Lists the oldest authenticated centenarians above 112 years old and offers an archive of research articles.
The Health Report: Centenarian Study
A group of researchers at Harvard Medical School have been trying to find out what it takes to reach the age of 100 or more. An interview with to two of the principal investigators, Drs Margery Silver and Dr Tom Perls. (February 22, 1999)
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