ABC News quoted said Thomas Perls, founder and director of the New England Centenarian Study at Boston University, as saying.
What does NECS stand for?
NECS stands for New England Centenarian Study
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- Northeast Commercial Radio Antennas and Towers
- North End Community Renewal Corporation (Winnipeg, Canada)
- Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict Research Group (University of Western Ontario; Canada)
- Northeast Center for Risk Management Education (University of Delaware)
- Necromancer (gaming)
- Dead (Prefix)
- National Electronic Conveyancing System (Australia)
- Nationwide Educational Computer Service
- Navy Embedded Computer System
- New England Cheesemaking Supply (Ashfield, MA)
- New England Communications Systems (Motorola dealer; Chicopee, MA)
- North of England Commissioning Support (UK)
- New England Convenience Store Association
- Nuclear Energy Corporation of South Africa
- Nuclear Energy Council of South Africa (est. 1999)
- NOAA Environmental Compliance and Safety Assessment System
- Nationwide Express Courier Services Berhad (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
- National Energy Center for Sustainable Communities
- New England Competitive Sailing Center (Stamford, CT)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Another study, the New England Centenarian Study, done at Boston University, found that most centenarians are extroverts with many friends and strong ties to community and family.
buedu A new Web site for the New England Centenarian Study from the Boston University School of Medicine, which addresses the needs of the nation's 100-plus-year-olds and their families.
Perls has directed the New England Centenarian Study, the largest genetic and social study of centenarians and their families in the world.
Dr Thomas Peris, director of the New England Centenarian Study in Boston, Massachusetts, led an analysis of data collected from 444 families with at least one member living to 100 or older.
People are ingrained with the idea that the older you get, the sicker you get," says Thomas Perls of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston and director of the New England Centenarian Study.