Aging is inevitable. Scientists may have found a way to reverse it and prolong lifespan.
A drop of blood could help scientists predict if you'll die in the next five years, thanks to inflammatory markers.
Apparently, people tend to get rid of acne. But according to studies, acne expands lifespan, hence people who have it may live longer.
Researchers say that certain gene and a healthy environment are factors in achieving long life.
Scientists have developed a method to extend the lifespan of mice by up to 35 percent, and are optimistic about the potential implications of the study for humans.
Don't get too angry. After all, everything passes--that, and science shows that excessive anger can shorten your lifespan.
Smoking is linked to an increased risk of health issues, including cardiovascular problems, high blood pressure, stroke and more. Yet new findings published in the Journals of Gerontology: Medical Sciences examine how not all smokers experience early death. In fact, some will even manage to survive ...
New findings published in the journal Cell Press examine how the sex hormones estrogen and testosterone, along with other factors, may ultimately modify our lifespan.
Our DNA says a lot about us. In fact, we are composed of our DNA. Yet did you know Deoxyribonucleic acid, a molecule that encodes the genetic instructions in the development of living organisms and viruses, can also give a hint about the length of our lifespan?