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Who Will Live To Be 100? Genetic Test Might Tell

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Emma Hendrickson, who is more than 100 years old, is the oldest competitor in the history of the United States Bowling Congress Women's Championships. Hendrickson wasn't part of the centenarian study, but the scientists found genetic signatures — gene patterns that were present in subgroups of centenarians with particular characteristics — that may predict who will join her in the centenarians club. (Liz Margerum/The Gazette-Journal via AP)
Emma Hendrickson, who is more than 100 years old, is the oldest competitor in the history of the United States Bowling Congress Women's Championships. Hendrickson wasn't part of the centenarian study, but the scientists found genetic signatures — gene patterns that were present in subgroups of centenarians with particular characteristics — that may predict who will join her in the centenarians club. (Liz Margerum/The Gazette-Journal via AP)

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