A sense of enjoyment of life makes a large difference in longevity.
Those with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia often lose their taste for absurdist or satirical humor.
Dr. Lavine’s program to reverse hip joint arthritis
Does blood pressure medication make you more healthy? Allopathic doctors and chiropractors see the question differently.
Our brain activity slows down as we age. But do we gain wisdom to compensate?
Eating prunes improved bone density in a 2011 study of post-menopausal women.
An epidemic of poor sleep is walloping the nation’s health. Here’s what you can do about it…
Specific tests can help you learn if you really need to take statin drugs or not.
Scientists are now studying how the biomechanics of your gait changes as you age. Awareness of basic movement patterns can help you maintain speed – and health – at any age.
My experience with Liz reinforced for me the risk of anesthesia, and also reminded me that the brain serves the body, not the other way around.
Memory loss and cognitive decline are largely preventable (and even reversible) with a comprehensive personalized program of diet, exercise, and lifestyle changes.
Two simple self-assessment tests help distinguish between healthy aging and potentially more serious varieties of memory decline.
Try out the cardiovascular risk assessment method used by the National Health service of the UK.
Cognitive training continues to give benefits even ten years down the road.
If you’re contemplating hip replacement surgery, here are some facts to consider.
Which professional group contributes the most to the prevention of cardiovascular disease? Check out the answer to today’s quiz.
Loss of your sense of smell is common and can have serious health consequences, which are usually under-appreciated.
Guest article from Drugwatch, a consumer watchdog website, on the dangers of certain prescription medications for seniors.