After age 25, about 1 in 4 people will suffer a stroke—the vast majority stemming from blood clots.
A new clinical analysis strengthens the notion that moderate exercise can help older adults reclaim some of their mental acuity.
Researchers are finding that cultural engagement may help people tamp down depression as they age.
The old adage is just as true now as ever: Sex really is the spice of life.
As research on the brain-body connection continues to mount, it adds up to one indisputable fact: Exercise remains essential to cognitive performance.
Risk factors affect the part of the brain that plays an important role in short- and long-term memory.
Someone develops dementia every three minutes, but too many face it alone and feel socially isolated.
Researchers suspect certain oxidative markers in a person's urine reveal the body's biological age.
Baby Boomers might feel like they're too old to exercise, but that's a mistake. Fitness is more important than ever as you age.
Rates have fallen among those 70 and older; gains against heart disease might explain trend.
Put the brakes on wrinkles.
Elderly rodents treated with cellular therapy regained lost fur, became more active.
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