MEDICAL students in the US have discovered that a woman who lived to the ripe old age
of 99 had all her internal organs - except for her heart - in the wrong place.
NAME: Luca APPEARANCE: Black beauty SPECIAL SKILLS: Luca hasn't got to the ripe old age
of 13 without learning a trick or two.
Living to the ripe old age
of 500 might be a possibility if what works for worms can apply to humans, a study has shown.
WITH regard to Richard Huddleston's letter on Weather Control, while I am pleased that he plans to live to the ripe old age
of 100, without the investment in new technology for renewable energy he will find himself spending most of that time in the dark and cold as supplies of fossil fuels become increasingly scarce and expensive.
I'm sure those who have lost loved ones to smoking, either directly or indirectly will be thrilled to bits to read about this letter writer's dear old granny who lived to the ripe old age
"The fact that a former 100-a-day smoker, having quit in his middle age, lived to the ripe old age
of 72 is a tremendous message to all smokers."
While other mice were eating as much as they pleased and living to the ripe old age
(for mice, at least) of 30 months, N/R.sub.40-243 was among those given 60 percent less Purina Lab Chow.
But a healthy diet meant she lived to the ripe old age
of 30, unusual in Stone Age times.