Neural stimulation through education can buy aging brains some time.
Training, motivation, and luck are key to a long athletic career.
Marine biologists think one species of jellies may hold some clues to reversing aging.
‘Tip-of the tongue syndrome’ doesn’t necessarily reflect an aging memory.
Time with friends and family is important at all stages of life.
A (pricey) breath of fresh air for anti-aging research.
Kids and the elderly don’t have much in common when it comes to allergies.
Instead of sex hormones, these researchers turned to cortisol.
What the WHO has to say about staying cognitively fit.
How old will you be when you start to feel 65? It depends on where you live.
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