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New Science of Living Longer and How to Achieve It.

If there were a simple, step-by-step plan that could slow down, and even reverse, the aging process, would you do it? Surprise … there is.

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Lilac Oil: More Than Just for Fragrance

25 May 2017 | 63,622 Views

Soothing and calming, lilac oil has an alluring fragrance that catches people's attention. But are you aware that it can be used therapeutically, too? From helping reduce the signs of aging to easing digestive disorders, this essential oil can definitely come in handy. Read more about its benefits here.

Cannabis May Help Rejuvenate the Aging Brain and Ward Off Dementia

25 May 2017 | 157,680 Views

Research shows it stops buildup of beta amyloid plaque in the brain - a hallmark of Alzheimer's. And that it promotes homeostasis and helps you respond to stress. All it takes is a small amount to restore a youthful brain. A late-breaking study confirmed it, many times over.

Lemongrass Oil Can Lighten Up Your Mood and More

18 May 2017 | 432,290 Views

This popular essential oil from the tropics has therapeutic and medicinal properties that can benefit almost anyone. Read more to find out why lemongrass oil should be part of your arsenal for good health.

How to Boost Collagen for Better Skin

08 May 2017 | 84,385 Views

If there's any reminder that time marches on, it's the visible signs of aging, but collagen, an essential protein, is noticeably skin beneficial. Foods containing amino acids help boost collagen production, as do bone broth, berries, garlic and bovine collagen supplements.

Can Young Blood Help an Old Brain?

04 May 2017 | 26,028 Views

Intriguing scientific studies have suggested aging, including brain function, can be slowed or reversed when older animals receive blood from younger ones. New research suggests human blood plasma from umbilical cords may have a similar effect.

Falling Is Taking a Toll on Elderly Brains

06 Apr 2017 | 29,014 Views

Falls are the most common cause of traumatic brain injury among older adults, and the rate of fall-induced brain injuries has increased significantly in recent years. Researchers cited an urgent need for increased fall-prevention efforts. Unbeknownst to many, falls are often preventable.

Attitude of Aging and Living Life Too Fast

16 Jun 2016 | 49,086 Views

The old adage that you're only as old as you feel is gaining scientific backing. Your mind affects your physical health, and maintaining a positive attitude about aging can help you live a longer, healthier and happier life.

This Is Why You Have Gray Hair

19 Mar 2016 | 650,811 Views

Gray hair is a rite of passage that happens to virtually everyone by the age of 50 (and usually starts much sooner). Despite its commonality, why hair grays has remained much of a mystery, until now.

Cynicism Linked to Greater Dementia Risk, Study Finds

12 Jun 2014 | 101,804 Views

If you have a deep mistrust of others, your brain may be at risk of dementia and your heart health may be impacted, too.

1 in 5 Elderly US Patients Injured by Medical Care

11 Jun 2014 | 50,684 Views

A staggering number of seniors are being harmed, sometimes permanently or fatally, by the very medical care that is supposed to keep them well.


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