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Claudia Kawas: People who took Vitamin E didn't live any longer than people who didn't take Vitamin E. Claudia Kawas: The short answer is none of 'em made a difference. Since the start of the 20th century, we have increased life expectancy in this country by a remarkable 30 years -- from just 49 in 1900, to almost 79 today. Yet very little is known about the oldest old, since until recently, there were so few of them. Finding out is the goal of a groundbreaking research study known as "90 ."Jane Whistler: I was born on April 21st, 1914. Lou Tirado: I was born on August 25th, 1920, and I'm 93 . Many of them, if they were still alive, would now be over the age of 90. And if they were still alive, we wanted to find where they were. And more and more of us are making it into that group we all hope -- and kinda dread -- joining, the over 90 crowd, affectionately dubbed "the oldest old." Men and women above the age of 90 are now the fastest-growing segment of the U. So what determines which of us will make it past age 90? Ruthy Stahl: June 15, 1918, and it was-- I'm sure, a lovely day. She saw a rare opportunity to study what worked, and what didn't. With million of funding from the National Institutes of Health, Kawas and her team set out to find out who had died, when they died, and to convince those who were still living and over 90 to sign up. Claudia Kawas: Moderate alcohol was associated with living longer than individuals who did not consume alcohol. Lesley Stahl: You know, I think that it was common belief that if you got to 90 and you didn't have dementia or Alzheimer's, that you weren't gonna get it. Tester: An orange and a banana are alike because they're both? Ted did well on parts of the 90 exam, like repeating long strings of numbers, backwards. Ted Rosenbaum: Three words...[pause] Give me a hint...was lost. What they have in common -- other than having lived a combined total of almost 400 years -- is that decades ago, they all lived in a retirement community called Leisure World 45 miles south of Los Angeles.[Announcer: Hi there, and Welcome to Leisure World. She's a neurologist and professor at nearby UC Irvine who discovered the research equivalent of gold here -- information gathered from thousands of Leisure World residents back in 1981, with page after page of data about their diet, exercise, vitamins, and activities. They are checked from top to bottom every six months -- their facial muscles, reflexes, balance, how they walk, how fast they can stand up and sit down and most importantly, how their minds are working. Claudia Kawas spends a lot of time in Laguna Woods these days. Jane Whistler is one of the more than 1,600 men and women they found and enrolled as subjects in the 90 study. Nick Stahl is currently separated from Rose Murphy Stahl.He has been in three celebrity relationships averaging approximately 3.9 years each. Given Name: Nicolas Kent Stahl Age: 38 (12/5/1979)Occupation: Entertainment - Actor Most Famous For: performance in the 1993 film The Man Without a Face "[Raising Calista's son Liam is] a wonderful opportunity.You see the blossoming and the nurturing and the payoff... It's always been a dream of mankind to live forever. A new way of life, designed for alert and active people 52 years and older who want to get the most out of life.]Today it's still a retirement community, and they're still getting the most out of life, though it's no longer called Leisure World. Claudia Kawas: They didn't like the words "Leisure World." They consider themselves active. Claudia Kawas: 14,000 people answered--Lesley Stahl: 14,000--Claudia Kawas: --this questionnaire in 1981. Tester: I'm gonna say and show you three words for you to remember.