Sticking with a Mediterranean diet throughout most of your life may pay off with a disease-free old age, according to …
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.
Fewer women are dying of childbirth-related health issues, but a World Health Organization (WHO) report says more can be done to improve women’s health by addressing more than reproductive concerns.
Want a longer life? Volunteer to do good and you might benefit at least as much.
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.
A gene linked to attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and addiction might also help you live to be 100.
The longest lived among us aren’t necessarily those who are of normal weight, says a new study.
We know that overindulging in our favorite foods isn’t good for our health, but researchers propose a new way of quantifying just how harmful those treats can be.
All that training, regardless of the sport, my pay off in extra years, according to two recent studies.
Heart disease is the leading killer of Americans, and the lifetime risk among healthy Americans remains dangerously high.
Playing video games isn’t exactly demanding on the body, but some newer versions may get children moving enough to keep them healthy.
Working out in middle age can result in fewer chronic diseases, including heart problems, diabetes, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease and cancer