Drinking Greek coffee may be the secret to living a longer life, according to a new study.
The length of DNA strands could be used to predict how long heart disease patients have to live, according to a new study.
Having sons can shorten a woman's lifespan, according to a new study that found that mothers who give birth to sons live slightly shorter lives than mothers who give birth to daughters.
A 114-year-old Japanese woman was officially recognized on Wednesday as the world's oldest female, making Japan home to the oldest woman and man on the planet.
If you can never decide whether you want coffee or tea in the morning, these new findings will make the decision easier. Scientists have recently discovered that drinking coffee can add years to a person's life. The study, which involved nearly half a million older Americans, revealed that the risk of death decreased the more cups of coffee participants consumed.
New research done by the University of Michigan reveals the relationship between cold air and the receptor channel, TRPA-1. The TRPA-1 receptor apparently gets triggered by the cold air and starts a chain reaction resulting in the activation of the longevity gene. This research is still limited to roundworms, but the fact that these mechanisms also exist in humans suggests that cold air can lead to loner lifespans for humans as well.
Clara Cowell did not even quit smoking because of her health.
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.