A new study suggests that couples tend to become more alike the longer they’re together. This would explain any improvements in my character.
As I prepare to join the Medicare club, a new study suggests much of what we've been told about aging and chronic illness may be wrong.
Nobody knows how long they're going to live, but a new study supports my approach — don't fret about stuff and you may actually live longer.
The older I get, the less I’m attracted to vigorous workouts. A new study suggests that may not be a bad thing.
A new study shows that rich people are living a lot longer than the poor, but I’m not convinced it’s always about the money.
Life-extending drugs are all the rage, but a visit to a practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine reminds me how well my aging body responds to a more holistic healing approach.
Sometimes, new research simply reveals what's already quite obvious.
The key to living a really long time may have less to do with your lifestyle than with your genes.
A new study out of Sweden offers a prescription for aspiring centenarians, but I doubt we have that much control over how long we're going to stay vertical.
Standing desks have become all the rage in my office and, as usual, I'm a late adapter.
New research suggests that more exercise will add more years to your life — but who's counting?
While tech billionaires throw millions at research aimed at delaying death, an aging couple shows us all how easy it is to embrace a moment that will last forever.
A new study from Johns Hopkins uses treadmill stress tests to determine mortality rates, an approach that, to me at least, seems unnecessarily stress-inducing.
According to a Harvard study, the key predictors of a long and healthy life are mostly obvious, unless you believe diet and exercise might make a difference.
12 household toxins to avoid if you want to live a longer, healthier life.
I wandered back to the gym this week and got reacquainted with some heavy iron. I'm feeling younger already.
You could live forever and never run short of anti-aging studies.
Hearing of the death of the world's oldest man, I fight the compulsion to obsess over longevity.
Will doubling my 15-minute daily workout add years to my life? Not so much.
Why are you exercising? For health and longevity? For weight loss? For fitness performance? Here's how to gear your fitness routine to your personal goals.