Following a perfect fruit-rich diet can be beneficial for your health and can save you from certain health risks such as age-related macular degeneration, heart disease and cancer.
Researchers said that the dysregulation of the DNA can act as a precursor to various diseases, including cancer, but at the same time, the youthful DNA may prevent the disease.
The Milky Way has been widely studied by scientists and is still under a lot of study. After all these years of research, Astronomers have created the clearest 'age map' of the Milky Way, after identifying the ages of over 130,000 different stars.
A recent study revealed that those with low job satisfaction and downward trending careers reported more physical compared to those in the high satisfaction group.
Previous studies link loss of one's senses-including taste, smell, touch, vision, and hearing-to an increased risk of cognitive decline, poor mental health and increased mortality.
You might be surprised to learn that raising a child with a significant other has a greater effect on the immune system than the seasonal flu vaccine or traveler's gastroenteritis, accorindg to a recent study.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) urges women of child-bearing age avoid alcohol, unless they're using contraception
Researchers have found patterns in the randomness that provide clues into the biological basis of aging.
New research published in the journal Neurology reveals that black individuals are three times more likely to have a stroke than white counterparts.
Previous studies have suggested that anesthesia may have something to do with the development of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) when used in older individuals. However, new findings presented by researchers at the Mayo Clinic found that patients over 40 were not affected by surgical anesthesia when...
In vitro fertilization (IVF) does not contribute to developmental delays, according to a recent study.
Women who had not had luck with fertility treatments on the third or fourth try were previously told to stop conventional treatments. Now, new research suggests that these women can keep on trying till positive results.