We can control, at least in part, many things in our lives — such as what we eat, when we go to bed and where we live. But one thing we cannot control is our…
(NEW YORK) — The brains of a select group of elderly people called “SuperAgers” look very different from many of their peers, a new study has found. The SuperAgers were picked to be studied because…
Owning a pet can offer companionship, but researchers are saying pets offer more perks, including better physical and emotional health
for aging generations.
Many people spend a lot of money trying to turn back the hands
of time. But doctors say the best anti-ager of all is free.
According to a new Gallup poll, millennials and seniors feel good about their appearance.
When Nicole Kidman showed up at the Cannes Film Festival to
promote a new movie, it was her face that got all the attention.
Wonder how Jimi Hendrix would look today? Now you can find out. New age progression technology could also help investigators location missing children, long after they disappeared.
There\’s good news for travel enthusiasts.
So, how old are you? There\’s your calendar age and then there\’s your fitness age.
Osteoporosis is an overlooked problem and under-diagnosed condition, which is becoming an important public health concern as the population ages.
Lobsters could teach people about living long lives. And, possibly,
about living forever.
Some folks like to take time to smell the roses, but walking quickly could mean you\’ll be around longer to enjoy them.
A new government study finds that cognitive-training computer games can reverse aging in the brain.
George Boggess fought in World War II, marched along Martin Luther King Jr. and served his neighbors at the D.C. Superior Court. Now, the 101-year-old is imparting advice on how to live a long life.