This grandpa proves you're never too old for video games.
On his 81st birthday, Leonardo Ramallo's grandfather got a glimpse of just how far video games have advanced as he entered a post-apocalyptic virtual reality game for the first time.
Mirth's worth. Laughter is as important to our physical, emotional and mental well-being as eating nutritious foods, exercising and developing...Read More»
Here, how a belief in God can go beyond the gospel truth.
My eyes fill with tears every time I hear "Amazing Grace." Watching Barack Obama break into an...Read More»
2016 wasn't fun. We get it. We lost a number of beloved celebrities as one particularly orange celeb won the White House. Meanwhile, everything from war...Read More»
Ready for a second act? Having a strong purpose in life makes you happier and healthier. Here are 45 ways to get started.
Having a purpose in life may be...Read More»
This Alberta grandfather—and his elated reaction to his new light-up sneakers—has charmed everyone on the Internet.
Talk about the perfect...Read More»
It was a year ago, on November 13, 2015, that Paris came under attack from Islamic terrorists. At several locations around the city terror reigned,...Read More»
LaSalle Park Retirement Community's 96-year-old Betty Barlett got her wish to meet Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Much like the Make-a-Wish Foundation...Read More»
At 111 years old, Dolly Gibb offers advice for a long and happy life.
Dolly Gibb is Canada's oldest known citizen.
Born Ellen Box in 1905 in Winnipeg,...Read More»
Getting older can feel like ducking a steady stream of blows—hits to our looks, career, relationships and sex lives. Here, four tricks to stay...Read More»
"He's one of the most philanthropic people in the world," declared Kate Alexander Daniels. "He's dramatic and glamourous but the most humble guy."
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