AWARD-WINNING JOURNALIST David Stipp has been writing about science and medicine since 1982, first at the Wall Street Journal and then Fortune magazine. In his new book, The Youth Pill: Scietitists at the Brink of an Anti-Aging Revolution, he explains that slowing down aging is no longer a fantasy.
Plus, a biography of a moral banker, the mysterious death of a great golfer, life after the Playboy mansion, the man who discovered T. rex and an Archie tributeBy Brian Bethune, Brian Bethune, Brian Bethune, DAFNA IZENBERG, Brian Bethune, JAIME J. WEINMAN9 min
Thanks for your recent issue on the royal visit, especially the constitutional pros and cons presented in the article “Who will wear the crown in Canada?” (Society, July 5). A prime-ministerially appointed governor general without the monarch’s input would be viewed by many as totally undemocratic, and an elected head of state could be competition for an elected prime minister.
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