Aging well may be an art—but it is possible. Our Healthy Aging section gives you all the resources you need to keep your mind, body and spirit in top form as you age.
Check out these expert tips on achieving the healthiest and most beautiful skin possible through your 20’s, 30’s, 40’s, and 50’s!
The Scary Truth About In-Home Healthcare Workers
In some cases, in-home caregivers can pose danger of identity or property theft. How can you ensure your loved ones are in good hands? Follow our tips.
Aging: What’s Normal, What’s Not?
Are you experiencing age-related changes or something more serious? A look at common conditions and what they mean.
9 Things You Need to Know About Vertigo
Vertigo affects more than 40 percent of adults over 40. Here’s what you need to know about this unsettling condition.
Common Sleeping & Anxiety Pills Linked to Alzheimer’s
Adults who rely on sleep or anxiety pills might be at increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, researchers caution.
94-Year-Old WWII Vet Shares Age-Well Tips
WWII Veteran Sam Rosenstein’s keys to longevity include plenty of laughter, love, fitness and chocolate.
Cheryl Hines Shares Age-Well Secrets
Actress and comedienne Cheryl Hines’ stress-busting secret to aging well.
When Eating Disorders Strike Adult Women
More and more adult women are being diagnosed with eating disorders, and many more are suffering in silence.
Fighting AIDS All Over the World
At age 70+, AIDS and HIV activist Marion Bunch takes on the disease that took her son’s life in Africa and beyond.
Settling an Estate
Caregiving expert Patricia Smith gives tips for settling an estate of a loved on without getting too overwhelmed.
Vacationing with Elderly Parents: Dos and Don’ts
Should your bring your wheelchair-bound parents along on your next vacation? Caregiving expert Patricia Smith weighs in.
10 Surprising Facts About Parkinson’s
How much do you really know about Parkinson’s? Here, we present 10 surprising facts about the insidious neurodegenerative disease.
Can Testosterone Cure Alzheimer’s?
Emerging evidence has implicated testosterone as a cure for Alzheimer’s. But how promising is it really?
What is BPH?
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, or BPH, strikes most men over 60. Is it a cause for concern, and what can be done about it?
Four Reasons Not to Underestimate an Elderly Athlete
This month, 10,000 athletes ages 50+ gather in Cleveland for the National Senior Games. We talk to four inspiring athletes who prove that you’re never too old to follow your dreams.