Diet Plan: According to a recent study published in the journal Nature Metabolism, reduced intake of food in both humans and animals may improve health in their old age, further leading to longevity.
Healthy plant-based diets have proved to be of significant value in delaying or curbing brain-related issues. These findings suggest that maintaining a healthy dietary pattern is important for the prevention of onset and delay of ...
The beneficial changes to the gut microbiome may do wonders for the elderly, the researchers suggested.
A new study has linked diet quality with risk of incidence or risk of frailty in older adults.
Living longer may not be a joyride as researchers have found that people get more depressed from age 65 onwards.
Human beings not only pick up aromas through the nose, but also through the mouth while chewing food. A new study says that the ability to smell food through the mouth decreases with age.
A new study,published in the journal PNAS, suggests that people who score high on certain skills may be able to enjoy a better life as they age.
The incidence of Parkinson's increases with age, therefore may people may often confuse the early symptoms of the disease with age related problems.
Cancer may have a negative impact on both the physical and mental health of individuals as they age, a new study from the American Cancer Society in the US indicates.
A new study, conducted by the researchers at the Northwestern University, may have found a way to deal with sleep issues and suggests a new technique to help your grandparents sleep better.