The latest news on aging
Some surprising and not-so-surprising findings to help you ward off obesity and other ills.
Soaring numbers of people aged 85 and up will face challenges of coping with frailty.
We explore some of the issues involved in helping older homeowners age in place.
New research shows we can ward off diabetes, cancer, and heart disease to stay younger than our years.
An enzyme vital to life could be pure poison to cancer cells, says the molecular and cell biologist.
Debi Bernardes is still improving her times at age 50. What’s her secret?
Pew survey finds older Americans like their lives more than other age groups.
Attitudes toward aging have the power to shape our self-image, behavior and actual health.
Embellished CV's ranked sixth on the list, just above "how often people have sex with their partners."
Rest and relaxation are among the benefits of an exercise routine. So is cardiovascular conditioning.