You can reduce your risk of an early death for any reason by nearly 20%, just by eating more foods from your choice of four healthy eating patterns, according to a new study. What is interesting about the...
Doesn’t it make sense to design a future that excites you, one that aligns with your personal interests, passions, and lifestyle? This is one of the questions posed in this article. The author shares her journey during this...
Optimism is linked to a longer lifespan in women from diverse racial and ethnic groups, and to better emotional health in older men, according to two National Institute on Aging (NIA)-funded studies.  Read the...
As the population ages, many people in their 60s and beyond are refusing to conform to old age stereotypes. Is our view of old age about to change?  Read the original post at www.theguardian.com
For approximately 99.9% of human history, human beings have evolved and lived in natural environments. Only recently have we started spending most of our time in urban areas, a lifestyle change that may impact health and well-being. Researchers...
Longevity is the achievement of a long life. We may hope for longevity so that we can experience many years of quality time with loved ones or have time to explore the world. But living to a...
Neuroscience Says Maintaining Lifelong Intelligence, Focus, and Mental Agility Comes Down to the Rule of 3. Your brain naturally 'rewires' itself as you age. But it doesn't have to, at least not as quickly. Notice a theme in...
Many older adults find it more difficult to make new friends as they age. Research shows that friendship is strongly related to happiness, mental health, and longevity in older adulthood. These 12 techniques for connecting with friends...
When life is uncertain, our usual responses and coping strategies might not always work. The practice of mental agility can help us be resilient. The author shares her thoughts after reading Elaine Fox’s new book Switch Craft: The Hidden...
Many people chase achievement, assuming it will lead to well-being. They should reverse that order of operations. Without going too far out on a limb, I believe almost everyone would like two things from their jobs and careers:...
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