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Has the fountain of youth been in our blood all along?
Studies published over the last 15 years have found that young blood can reinvigorate aging mice. Now, scientists are trying to crack the code—or codes—swimming through our veins.
The three strength exercises everyone should do
Even if you’re not trying to get swole, these movements will help you with everyday movements.
Swimming is the ultimate brain exercise. Here’s why.
It may be the closest thing humans have to a fountain of youth.
Are hyperbaric chambers really a fountain of youth?
Hyperbaric spas say their treatments are based on science—but the evidence is thin.
How long do allergies last—a few years or your whole life?
Kids and the elderly don’t have much in common when it comes to allergies.
Old dogs need to learn new tricks. Here’s why.
Neural stimulation through education can buy aging brains some time.
Tom Brady is headed to the Super Bowl at 43 years old. How?
Training, motivation, and luck are key to a long athletic career.
These jellyfish seem to cheat death. What’s their secret?
Marine biologists think one species of jellies may hold some clues to reversing aging.
Here’s what forgetting simple words says about your brain
‘Tip-of the tongue syndrome’ doesn’t necessarily reflect an aging memory.
Everyone should have a social life, especially older adults
Time with friends and family is important at all stages of life.