A new study from Duke University Medical Center highlights the importance of marriage and social ties during midlife.
Dr. Ilene Siegler and colleagues found that not having a permanent partner, or spouse, during midlife is Continue reading »
A new study published by the American Cancer Society provides another strong argument for quitting smoking now.
Smoking not only causes bladder cancer—it also affects its course, in that people who smoke more have greater likelihood of developing more aggressive and deadly disease.
Harvard University researchers have discovered how caloric restriction and exercise can delay some of the debilitating effects of aging by rejuvenating connections between nerves and the muscles that they control.