A new study reveals that age affects how married couples handle conflict. Researchers revealed that older people handle disagreements more often by changing the subject.
A new study reveals that a gene called SIRT1, which plays a key role in controlling the circadian rhythm, may be able to treat or prevent diseases associated with aging.
People often say age is just a number and that a person is only as old as they feel. And while most of us like to think we're young or at least young at heart, researchers have recently revealed a list of 50 signs of aging that might just snap some of us "old people" back to reality.
Let this be a lesson to never say that you are too old to do something.
Depression damages the brain and wrecks the body. Previous studies have linked depression with chronic disease and earlier death. Now a new study may reveal how the body fights off the damaging effects of depression.
How can we live longer, healthier and happier? Numerous studies have found that long life isn’t just about DNA. Time and time again, scientists have proven that people can significantly influence their lifespan by adopting a lifestyle that combines healthy nutrition, exercise, sleep and other health behaviors. Below are a few beverages for you to sip your way to a longer life.
Though a person may feel young at heart, the organ says otherwise.
A new survey reveals that a third of men in their forties and fifties admit to recklessly spending their money on sports cars because they are suffering from a midlife crisis.
A study found that the gray color in hair follicles could be reversed, bringing hair back to its original hair color.
Scientists have discovered for the first time that the body's aging switch may be located in the brain.
Researchers found that western style diets, which includes red meats and fried foods, lead to an increased risk for cognitive decline as well as premature deaths.
Women’s hair does change as they become older.
Walgreens is no longer content to be your neighborhood pharmacy.
Your height is still in your hands, according to new research. But instead of growing taller, the choices you make in adulthood may play a role in determining how much you shrink as you age.
Researchers have for the first time mapped out the enzyme known as the "fountain of youth".