Lifestyle Center: Longevity
It's trite but true that your genetic inheritance affects the aging process, and now there's new information on exactly how it happens.
The National Cancer Institute estimates that 1,685,210 new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in the US in 2016. Finding a cure has never been more ur...
Huntington's disease has always been a genetic condition with no treatment available, but new treatment options are possible.
If your grandmother complains that food doesn't taste the way it used to, she may be on to something.
Twenty years ago, the Veterans Affairs (VA) health care system had some serious problems. Although problems still exist, there are also bright spots....
Keeping Grandma and Grandpa behind the wheel might be more consequential for their health then previously thought.
Breastfeeding is scientifically proven to provide health benefits to both mother and baby, so why aren't more women doing it?
Though knitting may be an activity most common among an older generation, new research suggests that the craft may have both therapeutic and health b...
Heart disease is the number one cause of death for women-and a lack of research could be the culprit.
There you have it, folks — a study of around a million women found that being happy or unhappy doesn't affect how long you live, contradicting the ...
Some scientists believe one medication could slow down aging. And you may already be taking it.
Here's something to get your heart pumping: Your pulse could say a lot about your health.
Maybe it's because it's one of the most commonly consumed drinks worldwide, or maybe it's because it's just so tasty, but there's a lot of coffee res...
Do you live in a walkable neighborhood? If so, you may be extending your life.
Many of the deaths that occur around the world today may be preventable.
To live longer, you may want to eat less.
Your heart — or more specifically, your heart rate — may be able to provide important indications of your overall health.
Around the world, people are living longer. And while some stay healthy throughout their lives, others face chronic disease and disability.