anti-aging


5 Foods That are Destroying Your Skin

The saying “beauty is skin deep" rings true. For healthy skin, avoid reaching for these foods (and drinks) that cause skin damage at your next meal.


Scientists Have Found the Fountain-of-Youth Pill — So When Will it Be Ready for Humans?

Scientists working on a pill that removes retired cells from body.


Love Chocolate? This Study Confirms There’s a Brain-Boosting Reason to Indulge

The list of reasons to eat chocolate keeps getting longer. Now, science brings us another reason to indulge in chocolate. Check out these chocolate facts.


3 Wrinkle Smoothing Tricks That Actually Work

What is it exactly that we are willingly shooting into our faces? It's time to step away from the needle. These natural botox alternatives are worth trying.


7 Science-Backed Health Perks of Being Kind

Showing kindness is a win-win situation for both the giver and the receiver. Here is what happens to your body when you are nice to someone.


7 Scientifically Backed Reasons You Should Take a Multivitamin

Seven reasons why most everyone should be taking a multivitamin on a regular basis.


Running Slows Down the Aging Process

Over the years, there has been a lot of speculation about whether walking or running is the best form of exercise for aging adults. Now, we may have the answer… It turns out that senior citizens who run several times a week expend about the same amount of energy walking as a 20-year old....


Easy Way to Protect Your DNA and Increase Your Lifespan

Have you ever heard of something called telomeres? These are the protective caps on your DNA that guard you from the aging process. And they are vitally important to your overall health and well-being. You see, every time your cells divide your telomeres get shorter. The shorter they get, the faster you age. And...


Surprise! Owning a Dog Can Actually Slow the Aging Process

Owning a dog may add 10 years to your life by helping you stay physically active.


Toxins in Environment May Speed Up Aging

Why one person can seem markedly older than another person who is within the same age bracket? The answer may be environmental toxins.