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This week's question: A 45-year-old software tycoon's anti-aging regimen involves dozens of nutritional supplements, a low-calorie vegan diet, a team of 30 doctors, and a constant battery of MRIs and other tests. What should he call a self-help book promoting his grueling program for pursuing eternal youth?

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THE WINNER: "Dorian Gray's Anatomy"

Peter Wilander, Brevard, North Carolina

SECOND PLACE: "How to Make Life Seem Longer"

Matthew Lane, Emporia, Kansas

THIRD PLACE: "Don't Cheat Death, Buy Him Off"

Daniel Hicks, Randolph, Massachusetts

HONORABLE MENTIONS:

"It Takes a Village to Remain a Child"

Tina Maves, Amherst, Wisconsin

"Aging Wastefully"

Gary Kendall, New Berlin, Pennsylvania

'The Peter Pan Principle"

Mary Jo Astrachan, Oneida, New York

"Ripped Sans Wrinkles"

Kenneth Burgan, Grass Valley, California

"The 700 Habits of Highly Youth-Obsessed People"

Carol Joseph, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

"Youth is Wasted on the Poor"

Lynn Forman, Staatsburg, New York

"Hysteric Preservation"

Erica Avery, Greenfield, Massachusetts

"Twice the Life and Half the Fun"

Joe Scott, Indianapolis, Indiana

"Damn-Age Control"

Phyllis Klein, Forest Hills, New York

"Get Young or Die Trying"

Hunter Burgan, Los Angeles, California

"Money Is Time"

Laurel Rose, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

"Live Longer, Not Better"

Kathleen Martin, Cuba City, Wisconsin

"The I'd-Rather-Die Program"

Paul Carroll, Garland, Texas

"Death Is for the Little People"

Matthew Kohler, New Haven, Vermont

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