healthy aging

Just because you're young doesn't mean you shouldn't care about dementia in the future.
Why do so many choose to deceive or alter, rather than be proud of, our years?
Evidence exists for the power of peer support. The approach has been shown to improve health and psychosocial outcomes for
by Steven N. Austad, Ph.D. - Scientific Director, American Federation for Aging Research (AFAR) , Distinguished Professor
Even in his passing, Dick Clark remains an icon of looking ageless. Not surprisingly, it also involves lifestyle. Was one
When I turned 50, I was confused: Could I still wear jeans? Do I still want sex? Will I ever be able to run in a marathon? Could I finally lose those last 10 pounds that piled on after menopause? Is this the when I become invisible? (Answers: yes, yes, yes, yes, and not a shot in hell.)
Eating healthfully is always important, but the nutrients you need most can vary by the decade. Here's your guide to what to eat and when from your 20s through your 60s and beyond.
Some older people show signs of Alzheimer's in the brain, but keep a sharp memory.
No matter what care path is right for you and your loved one, reach out for the help and resources that are readily available