The creator of Booming Encore and author of this article is setting out on a project this year to make a change in her life-and she is sharing the journey with readers. “If you want to age well,...
As the author shares...If you're new to VR technology, then getting to know your device inside an incredibly detailed make-believe world you could never have imagined is a first step I highly recommend. Depending on which brand and model of headset you buy, you may find yourself walking...
The author begins, "THIS NEW LONGEVITY trend is making many men realize that if you’re 50 or 60 and healthy, you may live another 30 or 40 more years. It’s creating a new breed of people who are staying engaged longer in different ways, and planning for...
Your number of daily steps matters, according to new research—but so does your pace. Getty Images How many steps should you rack up per day for optimal health? Recommendations vary widely, making any answer seem like a shot in the dark, at best. A new international study published Thursday...
As the author point out..."There’s a growing fascination with longevity and with good reason. Most of us are going to be “old”, whatever that means, for a lot longer than our ancestors. Modern man has been on the planet for around 300,000 years and for 99% of...
Walks have physical health, mental health, brain, and pleasure benefits. In addition to improving physical health,  walking provides brain and mental health benefits, too, including mood lift, creativity, memory improvement, and even less ruminative and negative thinking. Walking can also reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety as well as reduce the risk of dementia and other...
Do you know how it is when you find you have a few hours or a day that you can do anything you like? And then you struggle to think of things to do?  Now imagine that you may have a lot of time to fill once you...
Aging often comes with cognitive decline, but “SuperAgers” are showing us what is possible in our golden years. What researchers are learning from SuperAgers and about dementia prevention could allow us to discover new protective factors in lifestyle, genetics and resilience for common changes that arise with aging.
Great post from blog writer Gary Foster. He says... I got some pushback from a few readers on my 12/6/2022 post (see here) in which I claim diet to be the biggest determinant of a longer, healthier life. Exercise, they claim, is more important than diet. My argumentive side is...
New research on exercise intensity, morbidity, and longevity tests the epidemiological wisdom of Aesop's "The Tortoise and the Hare" fable. According to the fable, slow and steady wins the race. But research suggests that shorter and faster bursts of exercise can help us live longer. It's not always...
Sage advice from recent octogenarian Gary Forster in his recent post. "It’s a question we’ll face at some point on our journey. It’s really about the choices we make as we age. Life can be harder or easier based on those choices." Read original post......