It seems that every day we have to pay attention to some old person who thinks they are special just because they’ve been alive for a super fucking long time. How hard is it not to die?
New Jersey resident Agnes Fenton celebrated her 110th birthday on Saturday (“just another day,” she said) and owes her extraordinary longevity to two things: Miller High Life and Johnnie Walker. DAMN, GIRL.
We've had a lot of discussion on how to stay alive forever. More and more people are living to 100 and whether it's staying away from men or eating White Castle on the regular, every centenarian has their own way of doing things to prolong their lives. Meet Elizabeth Sullivan, who owes it all to Dr. Pepper.
Here's an interesting little factoid: According to a newly released study, women still having babies after 33 are more likely to live long, long lives. Not sure how to square this with parents' complaints that their kids are driving them into an early grave, but you're the boss, science.
And we're not just talking about the booze and drugs — although those are definitely part of it. Like, a large part of it. Possibly all of it.
It might go without saying that the person you marry or live in a state of impending hellfire with will probably have a significant impact on your health. Say, for instance, you briefly become the highest-paid actress of all time, divorce your old, bald husband, then marry the strapping young actor famous for playing…
Well isn't this refreshing? Rather than lecturing us on the benefits of eating vegetables and doing vigorous workouts, Margaret Ellen Moores of Newfoundland says she's reached the age of 106 thanks to eating junk food and enjoying herself. Her daughter said at her birthday party this weekend, "She loves her sweets.…
It's not surprising that the recession could be leading to a rise in depression. What's a little more unusual is this trick for mental acuity and better health: shopping.
Frank and Anita Milford, who celebrated their 81st anniversary yesterday - they are 101 and 100 years old, respectively - have discovered the secret to a happy marriage. Fighting.
Edna Parker, the world's oldest woman, has died at 115. Parker - who acquired her title in 2007 - was born April 20, 1893, in central Indiana's Morgan County and taught in the community's two-room school before marrying her childhood sweetheart in 1913 and becoming a farmer's wife. Widowed in 1939, she also outlived…