Sherry Taylor

Q: A new UK study finds that those aged 55 and older do this more than any other age group. What?
Q: A new UK study finds that those aged 55 and older do this more than any other age group. What?

A: smile

PEOPLE AGE 55 AND OLDER SMILE THE MOST: A new UK study finds that those age 55 and older smile more than any other age group. The survey was conducted by the British Dental Health Foundation and Oral-B. Half of those surveyed who were age 55 or older said they smile more than ten times a day, and 70-percent of them said they’ve never faked a smile. Those between the ages of 35 and 44 were found to be the least smiley, just five-percent said they never grin. Just 35-percent of those under age 55 said they’ve never faked a smile. And for those between the ages of 18 and 34, one-tenth of those surveyed said that more than half of their smiles are fake. (Daily Mail)

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