||[Apr. 13th, 2005|08:27 pm]
|||||that she'll be okay/home soon||]|
|||||Randposting participating in morphine induced rambling||]|
Due to Randomposting being in the hospital, you will have an Imposter Randomposter again today.
Dr. Thomas Perls, director of the New England Centenarian Study at Boston University Medical School, told a conference in Brisbane, Australia, in March that he donates blood regularly because one of the key reasons why females outlive males is menstruation. Perls said iron loss inhibits the growth of free radicals that age cells. "I menstruate," he said, "but only every eight weeks." [News Limited (Australia), 3-19-05]