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.
If you want to gain quality years, adopt a low-risk lifestyle that embraces exercise and good nutrition—and shuns smoking and alcohol.
Improvements in body strength will lower the risk of falls, helping prevent broken bones—particularly for older adults.
New research suggests it may be time to rethink the old strategies on this tricky supplement.
More than 34 million Americans provide unpaid care to an older adult. These caregivers need support, experts say.
A new study suggests older adults gain much well-being from their small number of social connections.
During a trip to her Michigan cottage, a burst aneurysm lands a Dallas woman in the emergency department. Two surgeries later and she's up and running.
By 2040 more than 13 million people will have dementia—about 1 in 3 people over age 85.
Analysis of '60s-era data suggests a teen's demeanor could influence brain health in later years.