A study conducted proved that (HIIT) High-Intensity Interval Exercise is the best way to defy ageing with the increased production of protein that is much needed of the body.
Can consuming fewer calories help slow down aging?
A team of scientists may have found a way to reverse aging. A protein has been dubbed as the master regulator of cellular aging.
People usually resort to a lot of things to keep that young look and until now, alcohol consumption was not part of all that.
Scientists inched closer as they discovered an enzyme keeps wrinkles at bay and keeps the skin looking younger
Loss of an anti-aging gene might be responsible for age-related macular degeneration which is a major cause of blindness in the elderly, a study finds. The anti-aging gene induces retinal degeneration in mice.
In a small study, Danish researchers found that antioxidant, resveratrol, blocked the benefits of cardiovascular exercise in older men.
Scientists have discovered for the first time that the body's aging switch may be located in the brain.
Women’s hair does change as they become older.
There are hundreds of thousands of creams on the market that promise consumers everlastingly youthful looks. But can they really make a difference? Previously, there's been little scientific evidence to back their effectiveness against crow's feet or frown lines. However, researchers from the University of Reading claim that they have found that a chemical used in some anti-wrinkle cream really does work. Apparently, this "miracle chemical" produces clear anti-aging results by doubling the amount of protein collagen produced by the skin.
L'Oreal, the French cosmetic giant and the world's largest cosmetics manufacturer, has been accused by US regulators of misleading claims in marketing its Lancome line of anti-aging products, according to a letter released Tuesday. Addressed to the president of L'Oreal-owned Lancome USA, the letter by the Food and Drug Administration says that under US law, some Lancome products advertised online "are intended to affect the structure or any function of the human body, rendering them drugs."
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.