supercentenarian

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supercentenarian

(soo″pĕr-sen″tĕ-ner′ē-ăn) [ super- + centenarian]
1. Having lived more than 110 years.
2. A person who has lived more than 110 years.
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The Gerontology Research Group in Los Angeles, which records the ages of the world's oldest people, says that there are currently just 34 supercentenarians -- people who have lived past 110 -- in the world.
These projections were the same for supercentenarians aged 110 and older, indicating a plateau effect.
That life expectancy rate was projected to be the same for 110-year-olds, or supercentenarians, hence the plateau.
In the USA, supercentenarians account for about 1 in 5 million people.
Some genomes may be more interesting than others, for example (https://www.genome.gov/27559848/researchers-examine-supercentenarians-genomes-for-longevity-key/) supercentenarians  6 people over the age of 110 years.
A number of prior and ongoing projects have intensely studied centenarians (>100 years old) and supercentenarians (>110 years old) with hopes of unlocking genetic and/or biochemical secrets as to why a subset of humans live an exceptionally long and disease-free life (1,2).
The series will feature the childhood stories of centenarians and supercentenarians who still vividly remember family life at the time, alongside archive footage and testimonies from those who fought.
good health, don't childhood stories of and supercentenarians still vividly family time, archive and e talking who lost a the Front remember the air food shortages and We, men, women and children, rely on the dedication of health carers 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
The series will feature the childhood stories of centenarians and supercentenarians who still vividly remember family life at the time, alongside archive footage and testimonies from We are especially interested in talking to those who may have lost a loved one at the front or who remember the air raids, the food shortages and the patriotic spirit of the time.
The series will feature the childhood stories of centenarians and supercentenarians who vividly remember family life at the time, alongside archive footage and testimonies from those who fought.
She was part of an exclusive group of an estimated 60 to 70 supercentenarians people 110 years or older in the United States.
Ferrucci, "Secrets of healthy aging and longevity from exceptional survivors around the globe: Lessons from octogenarians to supercentenarians," The Journals of Gerontology.