A new study suggests that those who feel their life is calm are less likely to suffer from stress-related illnesses. Count me in.
Hearing of the death of the world's oldest man, I fight the compulsion to obsess over longevity.
Back on the golf course last week, I renewed my traumatic relationship with the club and the little white ball.
Puttering around the house is a great way to change up your workout routine.
Will doubling my 15-minute daily workout add years to my life? Not so much.
Dementia has reached epidemic proportions in the U.S., so why is it declining in Sweden?
Could we Baby Boomers actually be healthier, as a group, than the generations chasing us?
Motor skills don't start to deteriorate until you're 64, according to a new study, so I have no excuses yet for my lame tennis game.
I've never enjoyed static stretching before a workout, and now it appears I should avoid it altogether.
I always thought my hearing loss was all about growing old, but it's really about too much noise.
TV commercials are constantly urging old guys like me to "ask my doctor" about cholesterol-lower drugs. We'd be better off ignoring them.
I'm a big believer in the power of acupuncture. And now I might even be able to explain how it works.
Playing video games is supposed to help oldsters like me feel happier, but I'm perfectly happy living in the real world.
Nothing like crashing onto an icy sidewalk to get you thinking about growing old.
In a few short years we may all be able to pop a pill that will guarantee us a long and healthy life. Count me out.
The medical industry is amazed by a new study showing a link between diet and heart disease. I wonder when these guys are going to get a clue.
A new pill purports to "cure" gray hair. But why should we care?
A new study on coffee and mortality reminds me that one can glean whatever one wants to glean from research.
I've never trusted the drug commercials on TV and a new study tells me I should remain skeptical.
A new study suggests that a good night's sleep will give us geezers something to remember.
A new study suggests eating large slabs of beef in order to build and maintain muscle mass, but I think there's more to it than that.