To ensure your brain stays sharp with age and reduce your risk for developing dementia, there are plenty of healthy habits you can pick up and practice as you age. Here are a few we recommend.
In a study published in Nature Communications, researchers have found a way to fight brain tumors called glioblastoma.
A new study indicated that certain actions of mitochondrial complex II plays a significant role in a person’s aging process.
To treat aging, people use anti-aging products. This much is obvious. But what isn’t so obvious is the type of elements contained inside of these products.
If you recently had surgery to treat Keratoconus, a new regenerative medicine called Cacicol could soon help you heal faster and with less discomfort.
Numerous studies have indicated that infrared saunas can have substantial health benefits.
Infrared saunas have been used to treat Seasonal Affective Disorder.
A new study indicates that children exposed to common household pesticides and herbicides could be at a greater risk to be diagnosed with cancer.
Young blood may be able to reduce the effects of aging in older people’s brains.
A recent study found that just a small amount of exercise may help reduce the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease.