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Zoomer’s philosophy is contagious Allure magazine features 72-year-old Helen Mirren on its cover and rails against anti-aging, with editor-inchief Michelle Lee saying the term is “subtly reinforcing the message that aging is a condition we need to battle.”
Brazil man, 76, wins Handsomest Elderly Man 2017 contest and says seniors should stay healthy because “the abyss isn’t very far away” His victory speech wasn’t exactly “I’m going to Disneyland!” but it’s inspiring in its own way.
“Tell us, ma’am – how exactly did your husband become embedded in the ceiling?” Researchers develop spring-loaded steps to help people with mobility issues climb the stairs easier.
Basically, Woody Allen is going to outlive us all Study shows that neurotic people may enjoy greater longevity.
This is why George Carlin performed “Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television” and scientists perform life-saving research, not the other way around New study says “birthright,” “caddies,” “jingle” and “squint” are the funniest words in the world to seniors.
This means you’ll likely outlive the bully who flushed your head in the toilet in school – and also that weird kid who ate glue Researchers say that longevity could be tied to a higher childhood IQ.
Something is definitely rotten in Denmark After Denmark’s Queen Margrethe II, 77, commissioned a dual sarcophagus that’s taken years to sculpt, her hubby, Prince Consort Henrik, 83, refuses to be buried with her because she never elevated him to the title of King Consort.
Helen Mirren enjoying a cocktail in 1975 and looking radiant on the cover of Allure’s September 2017 issue. So, about using the term anti-aging: “We know we’re getting older,” she told Allure. “You just want to look and feel as great as you can on a daily basis.”