Having high levels of vitamin C in the bloodstream may help guard against cardiovascular disease.
Memory lapses are known as “senior moments” because age is often associated with a loss of mental sharpness.
A new observational study has found that people who eat a one-ounce serving of nuts each day show a 20 percent reduced risk of dying from any cause over three decades, compared to individuals who didn’t eat the nutrient-rich snacks.
According to a new study, overweight and high-risk individuals can cut their chances of developing a potentially fatal irregular heart beat if they lose at least 30 pounds.
A host of medical organizations have issued a new set of guidelines, imploring doctors to start taking obesity more seriously.
A new study reveals that teens who undergo weight loss surgery will face few short-term complications from the operation.
We all know that greasy foods like French fries, fried chicken and pizza can pose a threat to our aging longevity – especially if we consume them every day.
It has been widely assumed that our ability to age gracefully is tied to genetics, though there are plenty of steps people in Houston can take to enjoy better health and happiness as time goes on.
Researchers have pinpointed yet another reason to give up your penchant for a quick smoke break: accelerated aging.
If the worst case scenario were to occur – namely cardiac arrest – it’s fair to say that every American should have access to the medical attention they need at this crucial time.