Cancer rates go up with age, but more experts are suggesting that older people might be better off without regular screening …
Here’s even more reason to worry about wrinkles — women with fewer age lines tend to have lower blood pressure, a lower risk of heart disease and stroke and a greater chance of outliving their more wrinkled friends.
Sticking with a Mediterranean diet throughout most of your life may pay off with a disease-free old age, according to researchers in Boston.
Using twins to determine effect
Thanks to a promising new way of measuring DNA’s age, researchers from University of California Los Angeles have developed a biological clock that may, for the first time, estimate the chronological age of cells with relative …
For the first time, researchers show how a plant-based diet, stress management and other lifestyle changes may lead to longevity.
If granny went up against her grandson in a video game, don’t necessarily bet against age.
There’s no doubt that we’re living longer than previous generations. Now there’s encouraging news that those added years may be healthy ones as well.
Worried that living longer will mean living longer with mental and physical disabilities? Your worries may be over.
Older people who stay sharp tend to have a thicker cortex, which is the outermost region of the brain that includes the areas responsible for judgment and complex thought. But while preserving the cortex is important for …
Eating fish can be good for the heart and even for the brain, so it’s probably no surprise that pelagic products can lead to a longer life.
Less than half of U.S. adolescents are living heart-healthy lives, and lack of exercise and poor diets could be creating a new generation of heart-disease patients.