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28 June 2006 Tidbit  "Grow old along with me! The best is yet to be." --Robert Browning  (28 June 2006)
Sci. Aging Knowl. Environ. 2006 (10), fw10.
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24 May 2006 Tidbit  "... Age is opportunity no less, / Than youth itself, though in another dress, / And as the evening twilight fades away, / The sky is filled with stars, invisible by day." --Henry Wadsworth Longfellow  (24 May 2006)
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3 May 2006 Tidbit  "It's sad to grow old, but nice to ripen." --Brigitte Bardot  (3 May 2006)
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5 April 2006 Tidbit  "Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don't mind, it doesn't matter." --Mark Twain  (5 April 2006)
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8 March 2006 Tidbit  "None are so old as those who have outlived enthusiasm." --Henry David Thoreau  (8 March 2006)
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8 February 2006 Tidbit   In youth the days are short and the years are long; in old age the years are short and the days long. --Nikita Ivanovich Panin  (8 February 2006)
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25 January 2006 Tidbit   No spring, nor summer beauty hath such grace, / As I have seen in one autumnal face. --from "The Autumnal" by John Donne  (25 January 2006)
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11 January 2006 Tidbit   Exhausting thought, / And hiving wisdom with each studious year. --Childe Harold's Pilgrimage by George Gordon Noel Byron, Lord Byron (1788-1824)  (18 January 2006)
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11 January 2006 Tidbit   The positions of ... authority in Congress are allotted in accordance with length of service. ... Uniquely among modern organs of public and private administration, [the U.S.] national legislature rewards senility. --John Kenneth Galbraith  (11 January 2006)
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4 January 2006 Tidbit   It really costs me a lot emotionally to watch myself on-screen. I think of myself, and feel like I'm quite young, and then I look at this old man with the baggy chins and the tired eyes and the receding hairline and all that. --Gene Hackman  (4 January 2006)
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21 December 2005 Tidbit   Old age isn't so bad when you consider the alternatives. --Maurice Chevalier  (21 December 2005)
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14 December 2005 Tidbit   Aging seems to be the only available way to live a long life. --Daniel-François-Esprit Auber  (14 December 2005)
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7 December 2005 Tidbit  "A person doesn't die when he should but when he can."  (7 December 2005)
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30 November 2005 Tidbit  A study that analyzed the impact of education and career choices on Parkinson's disease risk has revealed that people with nine or more years of education are most vulnerable to the illness.  (30 November 2005)
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23 November 2005 Tidbit   I refuse to admit that I am more than 52, even if that makes my children illegitimate. --Lady Nancy Astor  (23 November 2005)
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16 November 2005 Tidbit   The years between 50 and 70 are the hardest. You are always being asked to do things, and yet you are not decrepit enough to turn them down. --T. S. Eliot  (16 November 2005)
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9 November 2005 Tidbit   It doesn't behoove elderly persons to follow fashion in their thinking nor in the way they dress. --Johann Wolfgang von Goethe  (9 November 2005)
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2 November 2005 Tidbit   The secret to staying young is to live honestly, eat slowly, and lie about your age.  (2 November 2005)
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26 October 2005 Tidbit   The National Diabetes Education Program has launched an awareness campaign for older adults with diabetes, "The Power to Control Diabetes Is in Your Hands."  (26 October 2005)
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19 October 2005 Tidbit   A new Caenorhabditis elegans model of Parkinson's disease has been described in a recent paper in Human Molecular Genetics.  (19 October 2005)
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12 October 2005 Tidbit  I will never be an old man. To me, old age is always 15 years older than I am.  (12 October 2005)
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5 October 2005 Tidbit   I have never known a person to live to be 100 and be remarkable for anything else.  (5 October 2005)
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28 September 2005 Tidbit  Exercise improves learning and spurs neuron reproduction in old mice, according to a new study in the Journal of Neuroscience.  (28 September 2005)
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21 September 2005 Tidbit   There is a wisdom in this beyond the rules of physic. A man's own observation, what he finds good of and what he finds hurt of, is the best physic to preserve health.  (21 September 2005)
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14 September 2005 Tidbit   That old women are repulsive is one of the most profound esthetic and erotic feelings in our culture.  (13 September 2005)
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7 September 2005 Tidbit   England's oldest person died last week, just hours after the world's oldest person passed away.  (7 September 2005)
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31 August 2005 Tidbit   In the new Belgian movie "Memory of a Killer," an assassin grapples with Alzheimer's disease.  (31 August 2005)
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24 August 2005 Tidbit  Our lives teach us who we are.  (24 August 2005)
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17 August 2005 Tidbit  The man of wisdom is the man of years.  (17 August 2005)
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10 August 2005 Tidbit   This is the state of man: today he puts forth / The tender leaves of hope, tomorrow blossoms, / And bears his blushing honours thick upon him ...  (10 August 2005)
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3 August 2005 Tidbit   Nearly three-quarters of people over the age of 80 have high blood pressure, but only two-thirds of patients with hypertension receive treatment, according to a new study.  (3 August 2005)
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27 July 2005 Tidbit  The Buck Institute for Age Research has named ex-NFL player James Kovach, a lawyer and physician, as its new president and chief operating officer.  (27 July 2005)
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20 July 2005 Tidbit  Elderly people are not necessarily happier if they are more intelligent, according to a study published in the British Medical Journal on 6 July.  (20 July 2005)
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13 July 2005 Tidbit  Taking vitamin E does not protect women against heart attacks, strokes, or cancer, according to research reported in the 6 July Journal of the American Medical Association.  (13 July 2005)
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6 July 2005 Tidbit  Be not like those whose hearts are filled with the fear of death, so when their time comes they weep and pray for a little more time to live their lives over again in a different way. Sing your death song, and die like a hero going home.  (6 July 2005)
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29 June 2005 Tidbit  She was a handsome woman of forty-five and would remain so for many years.  (29 June 2005)
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22 June 2005 Tidbit  He repeated until his dying day that there was no one with more common sense, no stonecutter more obstinate, no manager more lucid or dangerous, than a poet.  (22 June 2005)
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15 June 2005 Tidbit  A trio of elderly German men known as the "Grandpa Gang" has been convicted of bank robbery.  (15 June 2005)
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8 June 2005 Tidbit  The duty of caring for failing elderly relatives is more than a family matter, a personal dilemma, or a sex equity issue. Basically, it is a problem of how our society views old and disabled people.  (8 June 2005)
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1 June 2005 Tidbit  And oh! I shall find how, day by day, / All thoughts and things look older; / How the laugh of pleasure grows less gay, / And the heart of friendship colder  (1 June 2005)
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25 May 2005 Tidbit  Sixty-six-year-old Dudley Williams, the oldest dancer in any American touring company, retired after his final performance with the Alvin Ailey Dance Company on 8 May.  (25 May 2005)
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18 May 2005 Tidbit  Judith Salerno, deputy director of the National Institute on Aging, has been appointed senior vice president of the New York Academy of Medicine.  (18 May 2005)
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11 May 2005 Tidbit  The irrational may be attractive in the abstract, but not in cab drives, dinner guests, or elderly relatives.  (11 May 2005)
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4 May 2005 Tidbit  The coral reef pygmy goby has the shortest life span of any vertebrate--8 weeks--according to new research.  (4 May 2005)
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27 April 2005 Tidbit  "Nothing--not avarice, not pride, not scrupulousness, not impulsiveness--so disillusions a youth about her parents as the seemingly inhumane way they treat her grandparents."  (27 April 2005)
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20 April 2005 Tidbit  Europeans who eat a Mediterranean diet live longer, a new study finds.  (20 April 2005)
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13 April 2005 Tidbit  Pfizer has agreed to suspend sales of the anti-inflammatory painkiller Bextra in the United States after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration concluded that the drug poses too many risks.  (13 April 2005)
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6 April 2005 Tidbit  "Now I am just an elderly lady who is full of spleen. ..."  (6 April 2005)
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30 March 2005 Tidbit   In older adults, more years of education are linked with more active frontal lobes, according to a new study published in Neuropsychology.  (30 March 2005)
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23 March 2005 Tidbit  The Gods envy us. They envy us because we're mortal, because any moment might be our last. Everything is more beautiful because we're doomed.  (23 March 2005)
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16 March 2005 Tidbit  The Glenn Foundation for Medical Research will devote $5 million over 5 years to start the Paul F. Glenn Laboratories for the Biological Mechanisms of Aging at Harvard Medical School.  (16 March 2005)
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9 March 2005 Tidbit  In youth and beauty wisdom is but rare!  (9 March 2005)
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2 March 2005 Tidbit  Patients with Alzheimer's disease deteriorate more rapidly when they take the antipsychotic drug quetiapine, according to a new study.  (2 March 2005)
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23 February 2005 Tidbit  The U.S. National Advisory Council on Aging's newest appointees are Paul Greengard, Terry Mills, Albert Siu, and Mary Tinetti.  (23 February 2005)
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16 February 2005 Tidbit  A new study published in Circulation reveals a direct correlation between cardiovascular disease and bacteria that cause gum disease.  (16 February 2005)
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9 February 2005 Tidbit  U.S. President George W. Bush's budget devotes just over $1 billion to the National Institute on Aging for 2006.  (9 February 2005)
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2 February 2005 Tidbit  Elephants die of malnourishment when their molars wear down, typically at 60 to 70 years of age.  (2 February 2005)
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26 January 2005 Tidbit  Middle-aged people who smoke or have high cholesterol, hypertension, or diabetes are more likely to suffer dementia in old age, according to a study published this week in Neurology.  (26 January 2005)
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19 January 2005 Tidbit  The sixth edition of Dietary Guidelines for Americans places stronger emphasis on reducing calorie consumption and increasing physical activity.  (19 January 2005)
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12 January 2005 Tidbit  Thou shouldst not judge fully of a man's life before he dieth, whether it should be called blest or wretched.  (12 January 2005)
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5 January 2005 Tidbit   Death is the obscene mystery, the ultimate affront, the thing that cannot be controlled.  (5 January 2005)
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22 December 2004 Tidbit  What all older people know, what had taken me almost sixty years to learn, is that an aged face is misleading. ...  (22 December 2004)
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15 December 2004 Tidbit  Seniors who need daily assistance but have not lost their adventurous spirit may benefit from moving their home offshore.  (15 December 2004)
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8 December 2004 Tidbit  Old men ought to be explorers / Here and there does not matter / We must be still and still moving / Into another intensity  (8 December 2004)
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1 December 2004 Tidbit   I speak truth, not so much as I would, but as much as I dare; and I dare a little the more as I grow older.  (1 December 2004)
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24 November 2004 Tidbit  Researchers have developed a robotic pillow that uses sensing and wireless phone technology to send a physical touch from distant loved ones.  (24 November 2004)
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17 November 2004 Tidbit  Young adults who maintain a constant body weight--even if they are heavy--show fewer risk factors for heart disease and more rarely develop metabolic problems in middle age.  (17 November 2004)
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10 November 2004 Tidbit   A commonplace of political rhetoric has it that the quality of a civilization may be measured by how it cares for its elderly.  (10 November 2004)
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3 November 2004 Tidbit  The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences is initiating a $13 million project to sequence the genomes of 15 key laboratory mouse strains.  (3 November 2004)
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27 October 2004 Tidbit  A man knows when he is growing old because he begins to look like his father.  (27 October 2004)
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20 October 2004 Tidbit  The National Institute on Aging has launched a 5-year initiative to develop methods to assess the progression of mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease.  (20 October 2004)
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13 October 2004 Tidbit  African-American women have the best lipid profiles and white men have the worst.  (13 October 2004)
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6 October 2004 Tidbit  Merck & Company pulled its arthritis and acute pain medication Vioxx from the worldwide market last week.  (6 October 2004)
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29 September 2004 Tidbit  The Methuselah Foundation has secured $500,000 in funding for the Methuselah Mouse Prize.  (29 September 2004)
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22 September 2004 Tidbit  Life is real! Life is earnest!  (22 September 2004)
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15 September 2004 Tidbit  "It is old age, rather than death, that is to be contrasted with life."  (15 September 2004)
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8 September 2004 Tidbit  "A vacancy that just did not belong. / The child is gone. ..."  (8 September 2004)
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1 September 2004 Tidbit  "But how she was before the years flew by, / And how she was when she was beautiful."  (1 September 2004)
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25 August 2004 Tidbit  "Youth soon passes on earth, so imagine it on the trees, where it is the fate of everything to fall. ..."  (25 August 2004)
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18 August 2004 Tidbit  "People today are taught to deny death, ... that it means nothing but annihilation. ..."  (18 August 2004)
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11 August 2004 Tidbit  Alzheimer's disease patients tend to hold less mentally taxing jobs in their 40s and 50s. ...  (11 August 2004)
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4 August 2004 Tidbit  "As we understand old age, the cells ... age individually when they ... make errors. ..."  (4 August 2004)
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28 July 2004 Tidbit  "Doin' things I used to do / They think are new. ..."  (28 July 2004)
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21 July 2004 Tidbit  The number of people in the United States with age-related macular degeneration will increase from 1.75 million to about 3 million people by the year 2020.  (21 July 2004)
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14 July 2004 Tidbit  South African Philip Rabinowitz shattered the world 100-meter record for centenarians by more than 7 seconds.  (14 July 2004)
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7 July 2004 Tidbit  Menopause the Musical is a musical parody about four women. ...  (7 July 2004)
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30 June 2004 Tidbit  "All my possessions for a moment of time."  (30 June 2004)
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23 June 2004 Tidbit  "You're mighty young to write such heavy lyrics."  (23 June 2004)
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16 June 2004 Tidbit  "When you're ... a young dancer, those days are so far away. ..."  (16 June 2004)
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9 June 2004 Tidbit  You know you're getting older when Hollywood remakes a movie that was made during your lifetime. ...  (9 June 2004)
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2 June 2004 Tidbit  Seniors Prom.  (2 June 2004)
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26 May 2004 Tidbit  "The gods envy us because we are mortal. ..."  (26 May 2004)
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19 May 2004 Tidbit  "The Art of Aging" will be on exhibit until 25 June 2004 at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Museum at One West 4th Street (between Broadway and Mercer Street), New York City.  (19 May 2004)
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12 May 2004 Tidbit  The American Academy of Neurology awarded its 2004 Potamkin Prize to Leon Thal and Roger Nitsch. ...  (12 May 2004)
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5 May 2004 Tidbit  Alas, the dwarf mouse, Yoda, who celebrated his fourth birthday early last month, died on 26 April 2004 at the age of 4 years and 12 days.  (5 May 2004)
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28 April 2004 Tidbit  Yoda, the world's oldest mouse, celebrated his fourth birthday on 10 April 2004. ...  (28 April 2004)
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21 April 2004 Tidbit  "An indigenous wonder herb of South Africa called rooibos (ROY-boss) is full of polyphenols and flavonoids, which help protect the body from free radicals. ..."  (21 April 2004)
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14 April 2004 Tidbit  "Gather ye rosebuds while ye may, / Old Time is still a-flying: ..."  (14 April 2004)
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7 April 2004 Tidbit  "But time makes you bolder, even children get older / And I'm getting older, too."  (7 April 2004)
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31 March 2004 Tidbit  "Even in his last years, Grandpappy had a mind like a steel trap, only one that had been left out so long, it had rusted shut."  (31 March 2004)
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24 March 2004 Tidbit  "I am old now and have not much to fear from the anger of gods. ..."  (24 March 2004)
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17 March 2004 Tidbit  A 114-year-old lie.  (17 March 2004)
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10 March 2004 Tidbit  The third annual "Silver Fleece" Awards have been announced.  (10 March 2004)
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3 March 2004 Tidbit  "You couldn't have told us anything more wonderful than that [humans] have immortal souls!"  (3 March 2004)
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25 February 2004 Tidbit  "My pictures of the past are still vivid. It's the present that's been affected. ..."  (25 February 2004)
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18 February 2004 Tidbit  "I am ready to meet my Maker. Whether my Maker is prepared for the great ordeal of meeting me is another matter."  (18 February 2004)
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11 February 2004 Tidbit  The NIH Office of Dietary Supplements has released its 5-year strategic plan. ...  (11 February 2004)
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4 February 2004 Tidbit  A Swedish study that was designed to determine the effect of hormone replacement therapy on women with a history of breast cancer was halted. ...  (4 February 2004)
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28 January 2004 Tidbit  Although Winston Churchill has been dead for 39 years, his parrot, Charlie, lives on. At 104 years old ...  (28 January 2004)
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21 January 2004 Tidbit  "Make me famous through the world. Dear God make me immortal. ..."  (21 January 2004)
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14 January 2004 Tidbit  "Things they do look awful c-c-cold (Talkin' 'bout my generation). I hope I die before I get old."  (14 January 2004)
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7 January 2004 Tidbit  "After that people believed that bees had power over death. ..."  (7 January 2004)
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17 December 2003 Tidbit  "If my decomposing carcass helps nourish the roots of a juniper tree or the wings of a vulture--that is immortality enough for me. ..."  (17 December 2003)
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10 December 2003 Tidbit  "It's a question of having lived so much that I want to live that much more. ..."  (10 December 2003)
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3 December 2003 Tidbit  "The Languor of youth--how unique and quintessential it is! ..."  (3 December 2003)
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26 November 2003 Tidbit  "To keep the heart unwrinkled, to be hopeful, kindly, cheerful, reverent--that is to triumph over old age."  (26 November 2003)
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19 November 2003 Tidbit  Elena Slough, the oldest living American and the third oldest person in the world, has died. ...  (19 November 2003)
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12 November 2003 Tidbit  "Aging, she discovered, was just another word for 'growing.' ..."  (12 November 2003)
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5 November 2003 Tidbit  "Only the young die good."  (5 November 2003)
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29 October 2003 Tidbit  "I tried to hold on to my sense of who he had been, to keep connecting to that version of Dad, even as it changed and disappeared."  (29 October 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (43), fw43.
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22 October 2003 Tidbit  "Her skin was perfectly smooth and unlined ... well-preserved. ..."  (22 October 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (42), fw42.
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15 October 2003 Tidbit  "Although written in the full knowledge of his impending demise, the work ends with an acceptance of the inevitability of death. ..."  (15 October 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (41), fw41.
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8 October 2003 Tidbit  "The man who with constant longing awaits with joy each new spring time ... does not perceive that he is longing for his own destruction."  (8 October 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (40), fw40.
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1 October 2003 Tidbit  "Is not old wine wholesomest, old pippins toothsomest, old wood burns brightest, old linen wash whitest? Old soldiers, sweetheart, are surest, and old lovers are soundest."  (1 October 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (39), fw39.
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24 September 2003 Tidbit  "Happiness is the best facelift."  (24 September 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (38), fw38.
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17 September 2003 Tidbit  "But ol' man river, he jes' keeps rollin' along."  (17 September 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (37), fw37.
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10 September 2003 Tidbit  Emotional reactiveness to humor doesn't change with age. ...  (10 September 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (36), fw36.
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3 September 2003 Tidbit  "Grow younger everyday."  (3 September 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (35), fw35.
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27 August 2003 Tidbit  "... we dry up in disgust and sensibly halt production."  (27 August 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (34), fw34.
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20 August 2003 Tidbit  "We grow not older with years, but newer every day."  (20 August 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (33), fw33.
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13 August 2003 Tidbit  "After reaching ninety, one ages differently from the way one aged at fifty or sixty: one ages without bitterness."  (13 August 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (32), fw32.
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6 August 2003 Tidbit  The United States Medicare program turned 38 in July 2003. ...  (6 August 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (31), fw31.
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30 July 2003 Tidbit  "It's my birthday. I'm officially old."  (30 July 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (30), fw30.
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23 July 2003 Tidbit  Former U.S. President Gerald Ford turned 90 last week.  (23 July 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (29), fw29.
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16 July 2003 Tidbit  "I don't remember growing older. When did they? ..."  (16 July 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (28), fw28.
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9 July 2003 Tidbit  "Am I just fighting off growing old ..."  (9 July 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (27), fw27.
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2 July 2003 Tidbit  "Inside every older person is a younger person--wondering what the hell happened."  (2 July 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (26), fw26.
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25 June 2003 Tidbit  "An aged man is but a paltry thing."  (25 June 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (25), fw25.
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18 June 2003 Tidbit  "I am the morning DJ on W-O-L-D."  (18 June 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (24), fw24.
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11 June 2003 Tidbit  When I met the dentist, I thought, "This balding, gray-haired man is too old to have been my classmate." ...  (11 June 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (23), fw23.
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4 June 2003 Tidbit  "It is every woman's secret that after the age of 50 she is really a man."  (4 June 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (22), fw22.
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28 May 2003 Tidbit  "... young people get old and still have to exist. It never seemed to occur to any of those pro-youth people in the '60s that they would become old."  (28 May 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (21), fw21.
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21 May 2003 Tidbit   The American Federation for Aging Research and the Merck Institute of Aging and Health have launched a new resource, Health Compass. ...  (21 May 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (20), fw20.
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14 May 2003 Tidbit  "An old man sits collecting stamps / In a room all filled with Chinese lamps."  (14 May 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (19), fw19.
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7 May 2003 Tidbit  "People like us, who believe in physics, know that the distinction between past, present, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion."  (7 May 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (18), fw18.
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30 April 2003 Tidbit  In May 2003, as part of "National Older Americans Month," MIT will host a daylong symposium on health and its impact on the safety and behavior of older drivers.  (30 April 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (17), fw17.
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23 April 2003 Tidbit  "I grow old ... I grow old ... / I shall wear the bottoms of my trousers rolled. ..."  (23 April 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (16), fw16.
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16 April 2003 Tidbit  "Grated lemon peel is excellent to use in incense to ... regain lost youth and fill an area with good cheer. ..."  (16 April 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (15), fw15.
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9 April 2003 Tidbit  "Now, people live from day to day, but they do not count the time. ..."  (9 April 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (14), fw14.
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2 April 2003 Tidbit  "Life is endless, so we never die. ... We go through so many stages when we're here."  (2 April 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (13), fw13.
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26 March 2003 Tidbit   Medicare's Hospital Insurance Trust Fund will be exhausted in 2026, 4 years earlier than estimated in last year's report.  (26 March 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (12), fw12.
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19 March 2003 Tidbit  "My style was born out of my imperfections. ... I was losing my hair rather early, so I started wearing a lot of hats."  (19 March 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (11), fw11.
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12 March 2003 Tidbit  An article in this month's Atlantic ("The Language Police") lists "images to avoid" when depicting older people.  (12 March 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (10), fw10.
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5 March 2003 Tidbit  "They want the federal government controlling Social Security like it's some kind of federal program."  (5 March 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (9), fw9.
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26 February 2003 Tidbit  "If you're less than 10 years old, you're so excited about aging that you think in fractions. 'How old are you?' 'I'm four and a half!' "  (26 February 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (8), fw8.
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19 February 2003 Tidbit   A new study revealed that as long as older divers remain healthy, they can continue their hobby.  (19 February 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (7), fw7.
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12 February 2003 Tidbit  "Look at me, I am old, but I'm happy."  (12 February 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (6), fw6.
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5 February 2003 Tidbit  "Man is immortal; therefore he must die endlessly. For life is a creative idea; it can only find itself in changing forms."  (5 February 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (5), fw5.
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29 January 2003 Tidbit  "The [Sorcerer's] stone ... produces the Elixir of Life, which will make the drinker immortal. ..."  (29 January 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (4), fw4.
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22 January 2003 Tidbit  According to January's Harper's Index, the chances that an adult in the United States does not want to live to be 120 years old are ...  (22 January 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (3), fw3.
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15 January 2003 Tidbit  Pop the cork--mouse breaks longevity record.  (15 January 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (2), fw2.
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8 January 2003 Tidbit  Baby boomers will increase medical expenditures as they age, but not by nearly as much as was thought. ...  (8 January 2003)
Sci. SAGE KE 2003 (1), fw1.
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18 December 2002 Tidbit  "Life is like the footprint left by a solitary crane in the snow--visible for one moment and then gone."  (18 December 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (50), fw50.
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11 December 2002 Tidbit  last gales of the millennium/ thin trousers whip/ my skinny legs  (11 December 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (49), fw49.
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4 December 2002 Tidbit  "I don't wanna die, I wanna live. That's the whole meaning of life: not dying!"  (4 December 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (48), fw48.
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27 November 2002 Tidbit  Things to be thankful for: "Madonna, Iman, Isabella Rossellini, and Catherine Deneuve" for proving that "age is merely a number."  (27 November 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (47), fw47.
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20 November 2002 Tidbit  "Even the most gifted dancers can't defy the effects of age. ..."  (20 November 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (46), fw46.
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13 November 2002 Tidbit  "O God, I cried, give me new birth, / And put me back upon the earth! ..."  (13 November 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (45), fw45.
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6 November 2002 Tidbit   The recently released "Working in Britain" survey, conducted by the U.K.'s ESRC, reveals that older workers (50 to 60 years of age) have become much more critical of their working conditions. ...  (6 November 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (44), fw44.
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30 October 2002 Tidbit  Fredrickson discovered the relation between heart disease and cholesterol and headed the National Institutes of Health under three U.S. presidents.  (30 October 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (43), fw43.
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23 October 2002 Tidbit  The University of Wisconsin, Madison, has received a $26 million, 6-year grant from the National Institute on Aging. ...  (23 October 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (42), fw42.
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16 October 2002 Tidbit  "And death shall be no more, Death, thou shalt die." ...  (16 October 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (41), fw41.
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9 October 2002 Tidbit  "Birthdays are good for you. The more you have, the longer you live." --Anonymous  (9 October 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (40), fw40.
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2 October 2002 Tidbit  "Start by admitting from cradle to tomb, / It isn't that long a stay. ..."  (2 October 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (39), fw39.
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25 September 2002 Tidbit  Ray H. Crist, 102, visiting professor of environmental science at Messiah College in Grantham, Pennsylvania, is America's Oldest Worker for the year 2002. ...  (25 September 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (38), fw38.
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18 September 2002 Tidbit  Generation Gap: Beloit College has released facts about its incoming first-year students. ...  (18 September 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (37), fw37.
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11 September 2002 Tidbit  On 15 September, the Japanese will celebrate a national holiday called Keiro no Hi, or Respect-for-the-Aged Day. ...  (11 September 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (36), fw36.
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4 September 2002 Tidbit  The movie The Hunger, which was released on 29 April 1983, features a 2000-year-old vampire (played by Catherine Deneuve) who gives the gift of eternal life to her lover. ...  (4 September 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (35), fw35.
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28 August 2002 Tidbit   In "The Immortal," by Argentinian writer Jorge Luis Borges (1899-1986), the narrator visits his gerontologist for a checkup. ...  (28 August 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (34), fw34.
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21 August 2002 Tidbit  "Yes, alas! ... he knows where Gollum found his ring. He knows that it is a Great Ring, for it gave long life." --Gandalf the Wizard in The Fellowship of the Ring, by J. R. R. Tolkien  (21 August 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (33), fw33.
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14 August 2002 Tidbit  "I will live forever. Geniuses never die." --Artist Salvador Dali, 7 years before his death  (14 August 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (32), fw32.
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7 August 2002 Tidbit  "But now the days grow short / I'm in the autumn of the year ..."  (7 August 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (31), fw31.
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31 July 2002 Tidbit  "Pay your surgeon very well / to break the spell of aging ..."  (31 July 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (30), fw30.
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24 July 2002 Tidbit  The United Nations Second Assembly on Aging reported that 1 million people turn 60 each month. ...  (24 July 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (29), fw29.
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17 July 2002 Tidbit  An exhibit on Egyptian beliefs about immortality will tour the United States this year. ...  (17 July 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (28), fw28.
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10 July 2002 Tidbit  "This amazed other actors, who are so vain about their roles, so bitter about aging and about giving way to younger performers."  (10 July 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (27), fw27.
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3 July 2002 Tidbit  "AGE, n. That period of life in which we compound for the vices that we still cherish by reviling those that we have no longer the enterprise to commit." --From The Devil's Dictionary (1911), by Ambrose Bierce  (3 July 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (26), fw26.
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26 June 2002 Tidbit  Roger Milla of Cameroon is the oldest player ever to have participated in the international football (soccer) tournament, the FIFA World Cup. He was 42 years old at the time. ...  (26 June 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (25), fw25.
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19 June 2002 Tidbit  "Suppose time is a circle, bending back on itself. ..."  (19 June 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (24), fw24.
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12 June 2002 Tidbit  "Sages tweet that age is sweet, good deeds and good work earn you laurels ..."  (12 June 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (23), fw23.
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5 June 2002 Tidbit  "We are all amateurs; we don't live long enough to become anything else." --Actor Charlie Chaplin  (5 June 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (22), fw22.
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29 May 2002 Tidbit  From the song "When I'm Sixty-Four," by John Lennon and Paul McCartney.  (29 May 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (21), fw21.
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22 May 2002 Tidbit  Selected worldwide life expectancy data (for the year 2000).  (22 May 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (20), fw20.
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15 May 2002 Tidbit  From the poem "The World-Soul," in May-Day and Other Pieces (1867), by Ralph Waldo Emerson.  (15 May 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (19), fw19.
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8 May 2002 Tidbit  "He who is of a calm and happy nature will hardly feel the pressure of age, but to him who is of an opposite disposition, youth and age are equally a burden." --Plato (circa 427-347 B.C.)  (8 May 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (18), fw18.
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1 May 2002 Tidbit  From the song "Growing Older But Not Up," by singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffet  (1 May 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (17), fw17.
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24 April 2002 Tidbit  From the poem Ulysses, by Alfred Lord Tennyson (1809-1892)  (24 April 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (16), fw16.
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17 April 2002 Tidbit  Royal Centenarian: The funeral for Britain's Queen Mother, who died 30 March 2002 at age 101 ...  (17 April 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (15), fw15.
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10 April 2002 Tidbit  "The hardest years in life are those between 10 and 70." --Actor Helen Hayes (at age 73)  (10 April 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (14), fw14.
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3 April 2002 Tidbit  "You have to stay in shape. My grandmother, she started walking 5 miles a day when she was 60. She's 97 today and we don't know where the hell she is." --Actor/comedian Ellen DeGeneres  (3 April 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (13), fw13.
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27 March 2002 Tidbit  Maud Farris-Luse, acknowledged last year by Guinness World Records 2001 as the world's oldest living person, died. ...  (27 March 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (12), fw12.
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20 March 2002 Tidbit  "I think your whole life shows in your face and you should be proud of that." --Actor Lauren Bacall ...  (20 March 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (11), fw11.
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13 March 2002 Tidbit  "She walked around the pool, ... passed the lifeguard, ... turned her head, smiled, and waved to him. That smile and that gesture belonged to a twenty-year-old girl! ... "  (13 March 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (10), fw10.
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6 March 2002 Tidbit  "Age is a high price to pay for maturity." --Playwright Tom Stoppard  (6 March 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (9), fw9.
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27 February 2002 Tidbit  "There is still no cure for the common birthday." --John Glenn, former U.S. senator, at age 75  (27 February 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (8), fw8.
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20 February 2002 Tidbit  Speed skater Christina Baas-Kaiser holds the Winter Olympics record for the oldest woman to win a gold medal in an individual event. ...  (20 February 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (7), fw7.
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13 February 2002 Tidbit  Spunky centenarian: Hal Haig Prieste, the world's oldest Olympic medal winner, lived to be 104 years old. ...  (13 February 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (6), fw6.
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6 February 2002 Tidbit  In women of reproductive age, the capacity to detect a selective group of odors improves greatly with repeat exposure to the agent, according to a recent study. ...  (6 February 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (5), fw5.
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30 January 2002 Tidbit  "I do not believe in personal immortality; it seems so unnecessary. Show me one man who deserves to live forever." --Edward Abbey  (30 January 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (4), fw4.
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23 January 2002 Tidbit  The Fates: Klotho, Lachesis, and Atropos.  (23 January 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (3), fw3.
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16 January 2002 Tidbit  Between 1995 and 2040, the following population growth by age group will take place: ...  (16 January 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (2), fw2.
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9 January 2002 Tidbit  "We all will probably die of something sooner or later." --Former U.S. Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders  (9 January 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (1), fw1.
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19 December 2001 Tidbit  "[In 2001], 200,000 Americans will turn 65. In fifteen years, 1.6 million will do so." --The National Commission on Retirement Policy  (19 December 2001)
Sci. SAGE KE 2001 (12), fw12.
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12 December 2001 Tidbit  "My pathway led by confusion boats / Mutiny from stern to bow. / Ah, but I was so much older then, / I'm younger than that now." --From the song "My Back Pages" by Bob Dylan  (12 December 2001)
Sci. SAGE KE 2001 (11), fw11.
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5 December 2001 Tidbit  "A little boy sat down and cried / An old man passing asked him why / He said I can't do what the big boys do / Old man sat down and he cried, too."  (5 December 2001)
Sci. SAGE KE 2001 (10), fw10.
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28 November 2001 Tidbit  The world's oldest (nondwarf, well-fed) mouse meets his maker.  (28 November 2001)
Sci. SAGE KE 2001 (9), fw9.
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21 November 2001 Tidbit  "My plan is to live forever. So far, so good." --Comedian Steven Wright  (21 November 2001)
Sci. SAGE KE 2001 (8), fw8.
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14 November 2001 Tidbit  "The end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and to know the place for the first time." --T. S. Eliot  (14 November 2001)
Sci. SAGE KE 2001 (7), fw7.
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7 November 2001 Tidbit  "I don't care, I'll be dead by then." --Treasury Secretary Donald Regan's answer to the question of how Social Security will be funded in 50 years (quoted in the Washington Star, 18 April 1981)  (7 November 2001)
Sci. SAGE KE 2001 (6), fw6.
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31 October 2001 Tidbit  Halloween myths tell that vampires achieve immortality by sucking blood from live humans. Drinking blood to live forever was part of many ancient rituals, including those honoring the god Dionysus. --From The Skeptic's Dictionary, by R. T. Carroll  (31 October 2001)
Sci. SAGE KE 2001 (5), fw5.
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24 October 2001 Tidbit   The United Nations designated 1999 the International Year of Older Persons (IYOP) "in recognition of humanity's demographic coming of age." The theme: "towards a society for all ages." --From the United Nations Web site  (24 October 2001)
Sci. SAGE KE 2001 (4), fw4.
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17 October 2001 Tidbit  "Old age. It's the only disease ... that you don't look forward to being cured of." --From the movie Citizen Kane  (17 October 2001)
Sci. SAGE KE 2001 (3), fw3.
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10 October 2001 Tidbit  Today there are around 50,000 centenarians in the United States, meaning that more than one person in 10,000 is at least 100 years old. Ninety percent of centenarians are women and 10% are men. --From The New England Centenarian Study  (10 October 2001)
Sci. SAGE KE 2001 (2), fw2.
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3 October 2001 Tidbit  "I don't want to achieve immortality through my work, I want to achieve it through not dying." --Woody Allen  (3 October 2001)
Sci. SAGE KE 2001 (1), fw1.
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