What started out as an innocent question turned into so much more!
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In turn, somehow, it looks like she's not aging at all! Ha!
Here's what she said about it:
"I think I am aging but I'm enjoying the process. I think that's really it. I'm enjoying my years, I'm enjoying my life, I'm enjoying my family. I'm just happy—-a happy person."
Happiness and an absence of stress over aging must be key! We can totes see that!
So what's her secret to her sexy at 55? You might be surprised! Here's what she revealed:
And he shouldn't 'cuz he's gonna look good at any age!
Before Ewan McGregor turned the big 4-0, he was freaking out about his age, but now that he's 41, he ain't even trippin' over getting older.
The I Love You Phillip Morris actor revealed:
Elizabeth Hurley is beautiful and has been totes gorgeous for a very long time now.
She's always lived a healthy lifestyle, following a strict diet and getting her workout on regularly.
As she ages, she realizes that being too gung-ho could actually be negatively affecting her appearance!
She had one hell of a run!
The world's oldest person Dina Manfredini has died at the age of 115 years old.
She only held the grand champion old person award for less than two weeks before she too passed on to the great beyond.
Dr. Oz actively tries to have sex at least three times a week!
We're sure lots of people and every college student ever try to do the same, but we bet Dr. Oz gets it in on the reg. LOLz!
Dr. Oz said that regular erotic activity can increase your lifespan!!
Oh no! The world's oldest woman has died!
Besse Cooper, the oldest person in the world, has died in her Georgia nursing home.
She was 116!
Yes, that means she was born in the 1800s!! 1896 to be exact.
Besse died peacefully after becoming sick with a stomach virus. She was having trouble breathing, was put on an oxygen tank and then died in her room about 2 p.m. that day.
When Besse turned 116, Guinness World Records interviewed her, asking her what her secret to long life was, and she said:
A new study out of Stanford University has shown that the brains of older mice were rejuvenated when they were given blood from younger mice.
Hmm… so youth is the fountain of youth?
One of the researchers said: