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It's never too late to start exercising, according to a new study that found formerly inactive seniors who took up exercise still experienced health benefits. The study sheds light on the question of whether the slower mental and physical decline
Photo Researchers A tense moment at a meeting of my support group convinced me that cancer patients have wildly divergent needs for information about their condition. This is especially true when the disease is considered chronic, rather than curable.
PhD student at University of Buckingham James Martin Research Fellow at University of Oxford Benjamin Franklin said two things are certain in life: death and taxes. Another one we could add to this list is that on any given news website and in almost
A recent magazine article, quoting a well-known actress in her 50s, reported, When you're walking down the street, you get bumped into, people slam doors in your face they just don't notice you...But such a complaint is not reserved for famous women,
After being diagnosed, my father asked, With these aches and pains, how will I be when I'm 100 years old? The doctor replied, Don't worry, you are not going to live to be 100. At least that's how my father heard the remark. Since that conversation,
According to a study conducted on fruit flies, which lived longer if they were not sexually frustrated, is the first evidence that ageing and physiology are influenced by how the brain processes expectations and rewards, the Daily Star reported. Also,
The rock stars seem to be doing it well, thrashing their ageing limbs around the stage and calling up the memory of old favourites we shared at festivals long ago. But what of the feminists? How are they confronting the advancing years? Lynne Segal'
News New research finds men who are unemployed for a long period of time may actually age faster. The study of more than 5,000 men found those who'd been jobless for more than two years were twice as likely to have short Telomeres, when compared to
Earl Wilson/The New York Times Carl Zimmer Cells that stop growing this way came to be known as senescent. For years after Dr. Hayflick and Dr. Moorehead's discovery, many scientists suspected that cells became senescent only in the unnatural
A recent study published in Molecular Psychiatry might have a good explanation for that. Depression may lead to shorter telomeres Telomeres are to chromosomes as aglets are to shoelaces telomeres keep chromosomes stable, preventing their frayed