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While motherhood is a greatly rewarding experience, most mothers are unlikely to consider the sleepless nights and temper tantrums as beneficial for aging. A surprising new study, however, suggests that the more children a woman has, the slower she ages.
Memory and mood in people with dementia improve when their caregivers encourage and help them take part in regular musical leisure pursuits such as singing or listening to music.
Individuals with hearing loss miss bits and pieces of information, which is isolating
Adhering to a Mediterranean-style diet could protect against brain shrinkage that commonly occurs with aging,
Tech solutions for the elderly must work with seniors to work for seniors
The number of people over the age of 60 is expected to double by 2050, say the World Health Organization, who call for a radical shift in society's attitude to aging and older people.
More than 1 out of every 6 people in Canada over age 64 in July
Regular exercise in old age has as powerful an effect on life expectancy as giving up smoking, researchers say.
Researchers have developed a new molecular test designed to calculate an individual's "biological age" as opposed to their "chronological age." They believe the test could lead to improvements in how age-related diseases are managed.
If things are going well in your life, you probably have many things for which to be thankful. And you are particularly fortunate if you have elderly parents who are still in good physical and mental condition. W…
Canadians are rapidly losing faith in the ability of the health system to provide care for their aging loved ones and they want the federal government to step up and find solutions, two new public opinion surveys…
Age is the greatest risk factor for Alzheimer's disease, and researchers now think they know why that's the case.