Low-intensity activities like gardening and dancing could help retain brain volume, ultimately slowing the effects of age.
No matter what your age, no matter what your stage—don't accept sexual problems as your new, unalterable reality.
Seniors can achieve tremendous health benefits by weaving a modest amount of activity into each day.
People who already show signs of Alzheimer's are at heightened risk.
Having more sexual partners could increase your exposure to problematic viruses.
There's no hard and fast rule on cognitive tests, but there's no doubt positive changes now help prevent dementia later.
The most normal thing about the peri-menopausal years? They're often laden with uncertainty and inconsistency.
It prevents ovulation and may slow the natural depletion of ovarian follicles, lowering the risk of early menopause.
Women who have less sex may be more likely to start menopause earlier, as their bodies adopt what experts call a "use it or lose it" response.
Adults ages 35 to 44 aren't consuming alcohol quite so often—but when they do, they're overdoing it.
Those who drink higher-fat milk may have skimpier telomeres, a telltale sign of worsening age.
It can remedy sexual dysfunction, but there's no solid evidence testosterone supplements will reverse fatigue, memory decline or other rigors of aging.
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