A new Pew Research Center Survey found that the majority of Americans would not want to live to 120.
Researchers found that the popular type-2 diabetes drug, metformin was effective in extending the lifespan of male mice.
Japanese women reclaimed their place as their world's longest-lived in 2012 as their life expectancy recovered from the drop caused by the 2011 tsunami, according to officials.
The immunosuppressive drug rapamycin might increase longevity, but new research suggests that it has limited effects on aging.
Regularly taking vitamins could actually shorten your lifespan, a new animal study suggests.
A Siberian plant may add years to your life, a new study suggests.
Women who take calcium pills live longer than those who don't, a new study suggests.
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Medical experts have warned again and again that processed meat is detrimental for health, but one Texas centenarian said that bacon is the reason she has lived to be 105.
Scientists have discovered for the first time that the body's aging switch may be located in the brain.
Blue zones across the globe hold the key to longevity with large populations of centenarians.
A 101-year-old woman has recently revealed her secret to longevity: four alcoholic drinks a day.
The oldest person in the United States has passed away at age 113 in her Florida home just weeks before her 114th birthday.
Eating fish or seafood twice a week may be the secret to longer life, a new study reveals.
Researchers found that a commonly prescribed type 2 diabetes drug may actually significantly lengthen lifespan.
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.