Tagged With Aging

Kelly Clarkson said she will never get Botox and hopes she wrinkles 'like a dog' to show people aging is normal

People who live past age 100 often have 1 trait in common: a penchant for routine, even unhealthy ones

Jillian Michaels says she can 'slow aging' by eating healthy and exercising no more than 2 hours a week, and experts say she's on to something

A 57-year-old teacher and CrossFitter is one of the oldest women to give birth

A Mediterranean-style diet could delay Parkinson's disease onset by up to 17 years, a new study finds

Women who have few or lots of kids may age faster than those who have 3 or 4, a study suggests

It may be possible to reverse key markers of ageing with a therapy used by astronauts and deep-sea divers

Americans over age 65 run the country. Here are 7 charts that show how they hold more power than everyone else.

Geriatricians debunk 14 ageing myths

People are more likely to live to 100 if they live in 'walkable' neighbourhoods where they don't need a car or public transport to get groceries or visit friends

A sedentary lifestyle is associated with an increased risk of cancer, study finds

A new study shows that poor people age more quickly than the rich, losing their strength and sight at younger ages

Does stress cause grey hair? It may lead to premature graying

The 21 deadliest jobs in America for baby boomers

The Mediterranean diet could help you age better by improving gut bacteria, lowering inflammation, and boosting brain function

A woman's self-portraits show the beautiful, sometimes gritty reality of being 'middle-aged'

People who grow up in the South are more likely to have worse brain health in later life, even if they move away as a teen

Living with an optimistic partner may lower your risk of dementia

A journalist interviewed hundreds of people to see what life after 30 looks like in the US. Meet the 30-year-old trying to figure out how far he is from his American Dream.

Drinking alcohol every day can speed up brain ageing by one week per session, according to a study of more than 17,000 people