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.
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.
Virginia Madsen Talks Sex and Hot Flashes
The Oscar-nominated actress and star of the new movie, The Hot Flashes, about aging, sex and playing basketball at 51.
The Arthritis Myths That Drive Doctors Crazy
Don’t let these misconceptions keep you from protecting your joints.
How Saving Your Teeth Could Save Your Life
Your teeth aren’t just for smiling and chewing—they could be the key to a longer life.
5 Blood Tests You’re Probably Not Getting—but Should Be
Ask your doctor about these tests at your next appointment.
Former New Orleans Football Player Fights ALS
Steve Gleason raises ALS awareness with inspiring column.
Is Splenda Still Safe?
The Center for Science in the Public Interest downgrades Splenda to a “caution” rating.
The One Thing Henry Winkler Wished He Knew as a Caregiver
The actor and author on the aftermath of his mother’s stroke and returning to TV’s Arrested Development.
The One Thing Vanessa Williams Won’t Leave the House Without
The multitalented actress wants women to take charge of their heart health.
America's Sweetheart: Betty White
Actress, comedian and most popular “golden girl” Betty White shares her secrets to living young and aging well (get ready to laugh!).
Why More Smokers Are Kicking the Habit
New study reveals education through anti-smoking media has increased the intent to quit smoking.
Why Joe Montana Wishes He Was 20 Years Younger
The legendary QB Joe Montana chats about staying fit with arthritis and watching his sons follow in his footsteps.
This Vitamin Could Be Alzheimer’s Worst Enemy
Researchers discover high doses of vitamin B may slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.