Rather than intelligence leading to longer life, the root of both variables may be in genetic factors.
An international group of researchers has just discovered a genetic test that can be used to determine how well an individual will age.
Not only can replenishing testosterone levels help older men feel more youthful, it can actually decrease their risk of cardiovascular disease and death.
A recent study found that poor sleep is linked to the buildup of beta amyloid plaques, which are associated with the mental decline that comes with Alzheimer’s disease.
A recent study has found that drinking two cups of tea per day may help you live longer.
A recent study found that not having a high school degree was as deadly as being a smoker.
How much does age-related mental decline affect older people’s ability to make decisions?
A new study suggests that a person’s sense of smell may be able to predict their longevity.
A recent study indicates that a certain nutrient found in garlic may be able to protect against and even repair damage caused to brain cells by stress.
The secret to longevity may be found on a tiny Japanese island.