Worried Senior Woman Lying Awake In Bed
Many of us can attest that life tends to get sweeter as we get older. But if you need more evidence to adopt a better outlook towards aging, this is it. Business Insider created a timeline of peak age...
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Insomnia affects as many as one in every three people in the UK, particularly elderly people, but new research has shown this might not be a health problem but actually an evolutionary trait. The next...
<strong>Courteney Cox, seen here in March, no longer uses facial fillers</strong>
Courteney Cox recently cut ties with a longtime friend: her facial fillers. The 53-year-old told New Beauty that she is currently aging "as natural as I can be" after having all of her fillers dissolv...
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Courteney Cox has revealed she's had her cosmetic fillers dissolved, admitting they made her feel like she was no longer herself. The former 'Friends' star, 53, has been using fillers for a number of...
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He wrote it after he lost his partner and sister.
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She was bound for a nursing home, but moved across the hall.
They would have celebrated their 64th wedding anniversary in January.
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You actually want to spend time with your family.
A protein found in foods like spinach and kale may prevent cognitive decline.
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Disney princesses are the embodiment of youth, beauty and epic romance. But what if they never got the so-called fairytale ending? Tokyo-based photographer Kenta Nakamura ponders this question in his...
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The world's oldest person, who turns 117 in November, has given us a clue as to how she's achieved such longevity. Emma Morano, 116, of Verbania, Italy, was born in 1899 and will turn 117 on Nov. 29....
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Pills to prevent cognitive decline are in the works. Here’s the latest—plus, some tips for staying sharp until they’re on the market.