Although internet usage and social networking sites have been associated with youngsters for all the wrong reasons, a latest study says that it might not be the case with older people. Social networking sites are known to cause depression, loss of confidence and isolation in youngsters. But according to the latest research, which is based on a survey of almost 8,000 men and women aged over 50, the elderly are less likely to be diagnosed with depression compared with non-users. While it is a comm...
Memory loss is a common problem faced by people in their middle age.
A latest study reveals that psychological stress can lead to premature aging in people.
Growing old certainly means more than just physical aging.
According to new research, children born to obese mothers face health problems stemming from the womb.
Eat less, not just for a better a slim body, but also for an increased life expectancy of 20 years.
Hot flashes are the most frequent symptoms of menopause and perimenopause.
A coffee can do a lot more than just giving people a refreshing morning.
Research at the National Institute on Aging conducted a study that revealed that loneliness in older adults may cause serious health problems and even death
Researchers in Germany found that men with men low testosterone who are given replacement doses of the hormone shed weight steadily for years.
It is not only teens and young women who are struggling with eating disorders. A new study found that the problems are very common even among middle-aged and older women. ...
A new study finds that a drop in testosterone levels over time is more likely to result from a man's behavioral and health changes than by aging. The study results will be presented Monday at The Endocrine Society's 94th Annual Meeting in Houston.
Type 2 diabetes can extend to the brain, causing decline in memory, attention and other cognitive skills, reveals a latest study. ...
Loneliness – the unpleasant feeling of emptiness or desolation – can creep in and cause suffering to people at any age. But it can be especially debilitating to older adults and may predict serious health problems and even death, according to a new study by UCSF researchers.
A vitamin found in milk has remarkable health benefits like improving energy expenditure and reducing chances of developing obesity due to high fat diet, says a new study.