Exercise is good for your body—it’s a no-brainer, right? And speaking of brains, yours reaps the benefits of that workout too, new research confirms.
A new study out of the University of California at San Francisco found that older adults who used a skin cream twice a day for a month had lower levels of inflammation throughout their bodies. Here’s what you need to know.
You don’t have to have decades of workouts under your belt to reap the muscle-building benefits, finds a new study.
Put down the vitamin bottle for a second and listen up: A new study found that it’s the nutrients from food you eat that benefit you most.
Until we can all bathe in that elusive fountain of youth, a new study has discovered an unexpected (and free!) way to channel your younger self.
Having a sense of control can help older adults have a better quality of life and has a positive impact on physical, mental, and emotional health.
Aside from being rundown and tired, some studies also suggest a link between a lack of sleep and an increased risk of developing dementia and Alzheimer's disease. Follow these three tips to catch more Z's.
There's nothing like the feeling of spending time with your grandchildren. But when you have osteoporosis, how do you ensure quality time isn't hard on your bones?
Enjoying life is the key to living longer, according to researchers at Duke-NUS Medical School in Singapore.
As we age, posture, flexibility, and balance are critical to avoiding falls that can lead to fractures. Safely using exercise equipment such as an exercise ball, foam roller, and a yoga strap can help to improve your posture, flexibility, and balance.