We all need a hobby – an interest outside of work that we truly love to do. The benefits of purpose and hobbies, however, go beyond quality of life.
Times are changing. Life at certain age groups is not what it was even one generation ago. We are younger than ever, and it shows.
Research shows that the antiaging compound coenzyme Q10 (coq10) can aid in the prevention and mitigation of diabetes for many individuals. Here is how.
The UK’s Oxford Institute of Population Aging recommends that people in their 70’s and 80’s be called “active adults” instead of “old.”
There are numerous studies focusing on the drug Metformin for its anti-aging effects, but there may be other safer, more natural options to slow aging.
Research shows that we may be able to fend off illness and disease by harnessing the power of our own stem cells using already-accessible nutrients.
Scientists explain that inflammaging may be caused by intestinal inflammation and dysbiosis. The goods news is that probiotics may be a solution.
Resveratrol, an antioxidant found in foods like grapes and blueberries, was shown in a new study to reduce aortic stiffening in people with diabetes.
A new study suggests that humans can only live so long, and our species has just about reached its biological limit. Could it be true?
New research shows that those who have acne generally age more slowly than those who do not. This could be good news for acne sufferers!
A new study shows that nicotine may help keep those who use it mentally sharp for longer than those who do not consume the chemical.
A new study suggests that despite a pre-disposition to a variety of health issues, Latinos age much more slowly than their counterparts of other races.
A new study shows that older adults who have a positive view of aging handle stress better than those who see getting older as a negative thing.
Researchers at the University of Cambridge are warning that being overweight in middle age may age your brain by 10 years.
A new study has shown that pomegranates may actually be able to help slow down the aging process, thanks to the molecule urolithin A.
Medical students get to experience what it is like to be an elderly person with audio and visual issues first hand with a virtual reality program called “We Are Alfred,”
A recent study suggests one of the best ways to prevent Alzheimer’s disease and dementia is to stop thinking negatively about getting old.