Perhaps the happiest result of her longevity has been to force her son to get himself a life.
She talks to Jacob Bernstein about her longevity, her continued distaste for Sarah Palin, and why Jay Leno is better than Ambien.
Adam Gollner, author of The Book of Immortality, profiles five billionaires pouring money into longevity research.
You can't guarantee the longevity of a marriage, but what you can do is play the odds.
Still, his longevity amazed fight fans and his honest and filter-free approach to interviews endeared him to the media.
Under the spreading pine-tree, emblem of longevity, sits Han Chung-le, listening to the music of the flute.
He considers her longevity a proof of the kindness she received.
In Russia, much more than in any other country, instances of longevity are numerous, if true.
Friends, a member of the Society of, on instances of longevity, 401.
The longevity of the Eagle is very great, from 80 to 160 years.
longevity lon·gev·i·ty (lŏn-jěv'ĭ-tē)
Duration of an individual life beyond the norm for the species.