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a woman holds a green dumbbell
By Craig Cox
A new survey suggests that dieting for weight loss remains the preferred approach among women who are displeased with their bodies, even as evidence mounts that cutting calories — especially for older women — may do more harm than good.
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By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Metabolism peaks in infancy, according to a recent study.
A Life Time trainer coaching a gray-haired woman using dumbbells.
By Molly Schelper
Learn all about Life Time’s latest collection of activities designed for those who want to stay active, healthy, and social as they age.
a woman holds her hands over an elderly person's heart
By Craig Cox
Genes play a role, but so do lifestyle factors, according to a recent study of centenarians.
a man with silver toasts with wine
By Mo Perry
As we get older, we process alcohol less efficiently. Here's why.
a person puts a cup into a full dishwasher
By Craig Cox
Recent research suggests that my regular efforts to tidy up the house may help my aging brain and body function more smoothly.
a video camera installed above a living room
By Craig Cox
Surveillance technologies can make it easier for the elderly to age in place, but will it mean we’ll see our kids even less often than we do now?
a woman stretches using a large stability ball
By Craig Cox
A recent study explores the reciprocal relationship between exercise and purpose.
a woman with gray hair holds warrior 2 in her living room
By Michael Dregni
The keys to working out as we get older? Build slowly, allow enough time for recovery, and be kind to yourself.
a man with a gray beard and hair paints a refinished dresser
By Craig Cox
Recent research suggests older folks can be quick to assist others while neglecting their own well-being. The solution may involve learning the difference between being nice and being kind.
a man sits by a mountain lake meditating
By Michael Dregni
Here are six ways to get over the mental barriers to working out.
a senior couple rides their park along on park trail
By Michael Dregni
One of our greatest misconceptions is that we reach peak fitness when we're young, and then it’s all downhill. Here are fitness tips for life — no matter your age.
a senior citizens reads a book
By Michael Dregni
Many scientists and Alzheimer's researchers are not so sure.
cancer fighting foods: salmon, citrus, nuts, papaya
By Catherine Guthrie
Integrative cancer experts offer ways to nourish yourself when food seems less appealing.
a senior aged couple shops for produce at a farmers market
By Craig Cox
As we age, our microbiomes change — and that might be a good thing. Here's why.
a woman wears glasses while looking at a computer
By Michael Dregni
Proper nutrition and hydration are just two ways to support eye health.
a man walks up a set of stone stairs with a cane
By Craig Cox
Millions of elderly Americans land in the hospital each year after taking a tumble. So why are doctors continuing to prescribe drugs that increase that risk?
Two adults playing pickleball.
By Emily Ewen
The benefits of playing sports are as true for adults as for kids. Explore the perks, and get tips for finding the game that’s right for you.
A calculator is shown on top of a social-security card and paperwork.
By Craig Cox
Social Security beneficiaries will be getting a hefty cost-of-living raise next year, which may temporarily ease their anxiety over a new report warning of the program’s fast-approaching insolvency.
A 100-dollar bill covered in pills
By Craig Cox
With the White House pushing Congress to allow the government to negotiate drug pricing, Big Pharma wonders, Where’s the love?
A person works at an office.
By Craig Cox
Recent research suggests that postponing my retirement might be good for my aging brain.
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