ZOOMER Magazine - - CON­TENTS - By Mike Criso­lago

This Way Up Peaks and val­leys in the jour­ney. Plus mu­sic, movies and books

Min­nesota woman, 92, melts hearts by serv­ing as flower girl at her grand­daugh­ter’s wed­ding “Not my heart,” re­torted the bride’s dis­grun­tled four-year-old niece, who just knows she’d have looked cuter in that dress.

Well, this ex­plains all the Mars bar wrap­pers and Vic­to­ria’s Se­cret bags at Grandma’s house Sep­a­rate stud­ies show that both cho­co­late and reg­u­lar sex can im­prove cog­ni­tive func­tion in older adults.

Pro­teins from um­bil­i­cal cords may of­fer boost to cog­ni­tive func­tion in older adults “We’re good,” say amorous se­niors clutch­ing Mars bars.

Justin Bieber, 23, gets as­pi­ra­tional age-themed tat­too that reads “Bet­ter at 70” Which is sim­i­lar to one Keith Richards, 73, got, which reads “Can’t re­mem­ber any­thing be­fore 70.”

On sec­ond try, John Oldring, 64, a re­tired Al­berta cabi­net min­is­ter, becomes one of the old­est Canucks to climb Mount Ever­est “Higher at 64” tat­too to fol­low. “It runs in my fam­ily. You may have heard of my un­cle, Ben­jamin But­ton” 42-year-old Tai­wanese de­signer Lure Hsu goes vi­ral be­cause she looks no older than a teenager. “Ma’am, I don’t know what you think the sev­enth in­ning stretch is...” Se­nior dubbed “the rally granny” flashes the Jum­botron at Los An­ge­les Dodgers base­ball game.

But it’s still less fat­ten­ing than reg­u­lar soda, right? Peo­ple who drink too much diet soda could be at greater risk for de­men­tia and stroke.

Method ac­tor Daniel Day-Lewis, 60, re­tires Or he’s get­ting into char­ac­ter to play a re­tiree. No one re­ally knows.

Daniel Day-Lewis in his break­out per­for­mance as Johnny, a gay laun­dro­mat worker in the 1985 film My Beau­ti­ful Laun­drette

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