Want to Live Long? Stay Single!


Ruth Leiber was 110 years old when she passed away. But just six months before, on the occasion of her 110th birthday, she was mentally sharp and anxious to share what she believed to be the secret of longevity! How did she stay healthy and vibrant for so long? Find out as she celebrated her birthday and passed along her own special wisdom!

Meet some other people redefining aging every day:

Meet the World’s Oldest Yoga Instructor

Still Swimming in Master’s Meets, At 96

She’s 96 and Still Teaching Yoga

The Most Vibrant 107-Year-Old in the World

At 104, Artist Still in Love With Life

The Story of Ruth, an Amazing Life

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