Influence of genes on obesity can be avoided
Older adults can mitigate the influence of genes on obesity risk by exercising.
Exercise regularly to slow down ageing
A new study finds that regular exercises keeps our body young and healthy and slows down ageing.
Dietary supplements may reverse cardiovascular ageing
A new study indicates that supplements activate key pathways similar to calorie restriction and improves blood pressure and arterial health....
Regular meditation improves focussed attention in old age
Regular and intensive meditation can help a person stay focussed and attentive over the course of their life.
Want to look younger? Exercise your face
Just 30 minutes of facial exercise results in fuller cheeks and younger looking facial features.
Mushrooms for anti-ageing - here's why
Researchers find that mushrooms have the highest levels of two important antioxidants that can help fight ageing.
Here’s how you can lead a healthy and independent life as you get older
Adding 48 minutes of moderate exercise per week can reduce the loss of mobility and disability in older adults.
How exercise prevents cognitive decline
Exercise helps prevent cognitive decline and researchers now examine how exercise brain metabolism.
Why spinach and kale are good for the ageing brain
Higher levels of lutein – found in spinach and kale – has a protective effect against cognitive decline as we...
Day-to-day experiences impact positive attitude towards ageing
Day-to-day experiences and attitude toward aging can affect an individual's awareness of age-related change and mood.
Can the risks of falls be reduced by tai chi?
A recent meta-analysis found that tai chi can reduce the risk of falling among older adults.
Wondering how to prevent osteoporosis? Find out
Why do we get osteoporosis and how can you ensure that you don't add to the burgeoning osteoporosis statistics?
Physical activity slows down ageing
Biological ageing can be slowed down by intense physical activity, according to new study.
How urban green spaces trigger different brain activity
Walking between busy urban environments and green spaces triggers different distinctive patterns of brain activity in older adults.