The first evidence that lifestyle changes can reverse aging

A new five-year pilot study has shown that lifestyle changes, like an improved diet, exercise, and stress management, may help reverse aging processes at the cellular level. But as exciting as this finding is, we’re still far from the proverbial fountain of youth. » 9/17/13 8:00am 9/17/13 8:00am

People who age prematurely could soon benefit from rejuvenation…

Humans age at different rates, as a result of various factors like lifestyle and genetics. Now, a new study from the ENGAGE Consortium suggests that people who age faster are at an increased risk of developing age-related diseases like heart disease, multiple sclerosis, and various cancers. The researchers suggest that … » 3/29/13 3:40pm 3/29/13 3:40pm

Older dads could mean longer-lived kids

We're all used to hearing that the later in life you have kids, the more chance of complications there are. Research has shown that older mothers have children with a higher risk of Down Syndrome. And there's been some research suggesting that older fathers place their kids at higher risk of mental illness. But could… » 6/15/12 6:40am 6/15/12 6:40am