110-year-old woman credits longevity to Miller High Life, whiskey

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ENGLEWOOD, N.J. — A beer (or three) a day apparently keeps the doctor away.

Agnes Fenton turned 110 years old over the weekend. She says alcohol is the secret to her longevity.

Fenton drank three Miller High Lifes and a glass of whiskey every day for 70 years. She claims her doctor recommended it for her.

Caregivers recently advised Fenton to stop drinking alcohol since she’s not eating as much as she used to.

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  • Lou Meeth Worden

    Funny thing is, Miller High Life was responsible for my brother’s death at an untimely age from alcohol cardiomyopathy, so I am skeptical that any alcohol prolonged her life, but at 110 it’s really a moot point! You go lady, if that’s what keeps ya going! :)