Small study detects positive brain changes from urban oases.
Some folks stay sharp into their 80s and 90s—and it's not just genetics.
Despite a string of bad breaks, a Michigan man turns to the gym and a healthy diet to shed nearly 120 pounds and some bad habits.
Being sedentary may make you as vulnerable as those whose genes put them at risk for Alzheimer's.
Even just 20 minutes on a treadmill makes a big impact.
Study: If you're committed to an active lifestyle and healthy eating, those later years could be some of your greatest.
Study suggests strength and endurance regimens should start sooner rather than later.
Rate of oxygen consumption differs little between active seniors and younger runners.
Improvements in heart and vision care are likely behind the progress.
When people stop working, they sit less, move more and get a better night's sleep.
Study found muscle tissues of elderly athletes are more robust and younger than those of non-athletic peers.
They also identify a gene that influences curliness.
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