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The Age of Aging
Are people programmed to live a hundred and twenty years or longer? Does lifestyle outweigh genetics when it comes to longevity? And will scientists ever be able to extend our natural life-span?

Interview: Rebecca Roberts talks with Dr. Robert Butler of the International Longevity Center. Join in.

Watch: Springboard reporter Barbara Moffatt examines the link between lifestyle and longevity. Real 56k, or Quicktime.  get the player

Vote: If you could live to be 200 years old, would you want to?   Yes  No 

Research: Find recent studies on the potential to extend life span. Here are some places to start.

Discuss: How can Americans be persuaded to make healthier lifestyle choices? What's your opinion?


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