Kimura's feat as the world's oldest man has been recognised by the Gerontology Research Group, an international body that specifically deals in longevity research.
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These new findings build on previously published data from Wake Forest Baptist's gerontology research group that found when postmenopausal women lose weight and gain it back, they regain it mostly in the form of fat, rather than muscle.
Florence's inspiring story only came to light after Andrew Holmes, of the Gerontology Research Group, traced her name using the National Archive.
According to the Los Angeles-based Gerontology Research Group, Kimura is the world s oldest man since Walter Bruening, a retired railworker, died of natural causes last Thursday in the US state of Montana at the age of 114.
The Los Angeles-based Gerontology Research Group lists Kimura as the world's oldest man and Japan's Tanekichi Onishi, 111, as the second oldest.
According to the Los Angeles-based Gerontology Research Group at the age of 114.
Mr Breuning was 26 days younger than Besse Cooper of Georgia, whom the Gerontology Research Group in Los Angeles lists as the world's oldest person at 114.
The Gerontology Research Group said the oldest documented person is 114-year-old Eugenie Blanchard of Saint Barthelemy, France.