If your husband generally hates to go shopping, wait a few years—he'll change his mind.
That's the new theory coming out of a British study at DeMontfort University in Scrapkoft, according the magazine Age and Aging
The researchers followed 300 people over the age of 65 from 1985 to 1993. The most dramatic observation was that as men age, say around age 72, they become more willing to go shopping and spend time at the mall.
Some patterns among the elderly, by contrast, stay the same. Regardless of age, men are more likely to engage in outdoor activities, while women are more inclined to indoor activity. Both sexes show a general decline in activity as they age.