Judge Brown’s long career may be one reason he has exceeded the average life expectancy by more than two decades, according to a report by Harvard Medical School that studied people who lived to 100 or more.
Judge Brown’s long career may be one reason he has exceeded the average life expectancy by more than two decades, according to a report by Harvard Medical School that studied people who lived to 100 or more. The Wichita Eagle
Judge Brown’s long career may be one reason he has exceeded the average life expectancy by more than two decades, according to a report by Harvard Medical School that studied people who lived to 100 or more. The Wichita Eagle

Work key to long life for 102-year-old judge

March 01, 2010 12:00 AM

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