Sardi: The startling ABC News Prime Time Live TV program (Nov. 2000) in which Connie Chung went to Yuzurihara, Japan (the "village of long life" ) and showed pictures of people who were in their 80ís and 90ís, and who had flawless skin (no wrinkles, no age spots), flexible joints, good eyesight (few wore glasses) and a full head of hair. Some had even habitually worked in the sun much of their lives, smoked tobacco and drunk copious amounts of saki. A World Health Organization (WHO) survey of 990 villages and towns in Japan found Yuzurihara had the oldest population. There are 10 times more people living beyond the age of 80 in Yuzurihara than any place in the United States. This report came on the heels of the WHO announcement that the Japanese live the most disease-free years of any country in the world.