It wasn’t long ago that living to 100 was a monumental feat. But in most cases, the centenarian would be frail and barely aware. Times have changed! At 107, Wilhelmina Hoorn raises the bar of what’s possible to a whole new level.
Think muscle cars are just for meatheads or teenagers? Wait until you meet Virgil Coffman. He’s 102 years old and the proud owner of a special Transformers-edition new Chevy Camaro.
What does it take to not only live to 100 but to still be vibrant? Elsa Hoffman is a shining example of how aging can be. As she prepares to celebrate her 103rd birthday, Elsa says she doesn’t fight her age, she embraces it.
Society has made great strides against racism and sexism, but there’s one -ism people still don’t want to talk about — ageism. One woman has made it her life’s mission to change that.
Filmmaker Melissa Godoy’s projects have appeared on PBS and they all share one thing in common — they aim straight for the heart. Her new film, “Do Not Go Gently,” examines what happens to creative people as they age.
The man who coined the phrase “ageism” has died at the age of 83 of leukemia. Just days before his death, he revealed to us his 8 tips for living a long life, and the exciting news is YOU have the power to age well.
If you knew you could live to 100, what would you do? One of the most respected longevity experts say it’s a question you need to answer today — because it’s never too late to make changes to live longer and healthier.
She’s 110 years old and has voted in every Presidential election since 1920. Onie Ponder is one in a million.
Chet Hoff lived longer than any former professional athlete in history. But he was unknown until his 100th birthday in 1991 when a TV appearance and a photo taken in a Yankee uniform gained him worldwide attention.
Want to learn how to live to 100? Here’s a tip: getting online may be as important as hitting the gym.