Aging



Sleep Quantity And Quality Decline With Age

Sleep Quantity And Quality Decline With Age

Our bodies need to sleep in order to perform rejuvenating functions like muscle growth, protein synthesis and tissue repair. We also need sleep for mental functions that involve learning and memory. In addition, sleep appears…


Interval Training May Help Reverse Signs Of Aging

Interval Training May Help Reverse Signs Of Aging

A new study has identified a potential mode of exercise that may help optimize the reversal of any unwanted signs of aging, high-intensity interval training. High intensity interval training involves short bursts of very intense…



Too Much Sitting Can Make You Age Faster

Too Much Sitting Can Make You Age Faster

New research suggests that sitting down for long periods can age women by almost a decade and put them at greater risk of deadly diseases. “Women who did not meet the physical activity guideline and…


Caffeine Can Prevent Age-Related Inflammation

Caffeine Can Prevent Age-Related Inflammation

The researchers found that drinking coffee may be one way to decrease the inflammatory processes that naturally come with age. “More than 90 percent of all noncommunicable diseases of aging are associated with chronic inflammation,”…


Blood Test That Can Help Predict Lifespan

Blood Test That Can Help Predict Lifespan

Scientists at Boston University have discovered a blood test that predicts how long you will live. The researchers generated different predictive biomarker signatures. Study finds that certain “biomarker signatures” in the blood can signal people’s…


Compound Found In Broccoli May Slow Signs Of Aging

Compound Found In Broccoli May Slow Signs Of Aging

  In a paper published in Cell Metabolism, researchers found a compound that can balance out what happens in aging cells to essentially make them behave as they would in a younger mouse. That substance,…