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Want to Live Longer? Science Says to Do These 5 Things

These habits can improve your health and lifespan
Tags: News, Uncategorized, Longevity


Does Red Wine Help You Live Longer? Here’s What the Science Says

Some of the research is encouraging, but not conclusive
Tags: News, Uncategorized, Diet/Nutrition, Longevity


Senolytic drugs target senescent cells (known as "zombie cells"), hoping to delay aging

Clinical geriatrician Dr James Kirkland, Director of the Robert and Arlene Kogod Center on Aging at Mayo Clinic, said: “Most people don’t want to live to 130 and feel like they’re 130 but they wouldn’t mind living to 90 or 100 and feel like they’re 60. And now that can actually be achieved in animals.You tend to find older individuals who are completely healthy and are playing 18 rounds of golf a day, or they’ve got three, five or 10 different conditions. There aren’t too many people in between....
Tags: Health, Facebook, Mayo Clinic, Longevity, Geriatrics, Arlene Kogod Center, James Kirkland Director of the Robert


How to Live Longer, From Two People Over 100

To meet some of the most famous old people in the world, I flew to Costa Rica. Where most folks from my flight probably headed straight for the beach, the Lifehacker crew and I into the hot, dry hills of the Nicoya peninsula. Read more...
Tags: Travel, Health, Nutrition, Diet, Mental Health, Exercise, Lifehacks, Costa Rica, Longevity, Nicoya, Costa Rica Where


How People Live to Be Over 100 in Costa Rica

To meet some of the most famous old people in the world, I flew to Costa Rica. Where most folks from my flight probably headed straight for the beach, the Lifehacker crew and I into the hot, dry hills of the Nicoya peninsula. Read more...
Tags: Travel, Health, Nutrition, Diet, Mental Health, Exercise, Lifehacks, Costa Rica, Longevity, Nicoya, Costa Rica Where


How to Live Long, From Two People Over 100

To meet some of the most famous old people in the world, I flew to Costa Rica. Where most folks from my flight probably headed straight for the beach, the Lifehacker crew and I into the hot, dry hills of the Nicoya peninsula. Read more...
Tags: Travel, Health, Nutrition, Diet, Mental Health, Exercise, Lifehacks, Costa Rica, Longevity, Nicoya, Costa Rica Where


What’s the Secret to Reaching 111? ‘Avoid Dying,’ but ‘Porridge Is Helpful’

Alfred Smith and Bob Weighton were both born on March 29, 1908. But Britain’s oldest men say they’re as puzzled as anyone about the secret to longevity.
Tags: England, News, Scotland, Britain, Birthdays, Longevity, Great Britain Withdrawal from EU (Brexit, Bob Weighton, Alfred Smith


Phys Ed: What Your Exercise Habits Might Say About How Long You’ll Live

If people start to exercise in midlife, even if they have not worked out for years, they can rapidly gain most of the longevity benefits of working out.
Tags: News, Age, Heart, Exercise, Chronological, Longevity, Athletics and Sports, Deaths (Fatalities


One in Three Seniors Is Lonely. Here’s How It’s Hurting Their Health

Many older Americans feel socially isolated
Tags: News, Uncategorized, Mental Health/Psychology, Longevity, Healthytime


Personal Health: Want to Leave a Legacy? Be a Mentor

How to make a positive impact that would keep you alive in the memories and lives of others.
Tags: News, Happiness, Elderly, Mentors, Longevity




Want to Live Longer? For Just 30 Minutes a Day, Do Anything Else But Sit

"Exercise doesn't have to be done for hours at a time"
Tags: News, Uncategorized, Exercise/Fitness, Longevity, Healthytime


People who live in neighborhoods with green spaces have less stress, healthier blood vessels and lower risk of heart attack and stroke

People who live in neighborhoods with more green spaces may have less stress, healthier blood vessels and a lower risk of heart attacks and strokes. Residential greenness is associated with lower levels of sympathetic activation, reduced oxidative stress, and higher angiogenic capacity. This is independent of age, sex, race, smoking status, neighborhood deprivation, statin use, and roadway exposure.For this study (see the link below), researchers tested for a variety of biomarkers of stress and ...
Tags: Health, Facebook, Nature, Reuters, Longevity, Geisinger, Ves Dimov, Danville Pennsylvania, Louisville Kentucky USA, Annemarie Hirsch


Oldest American Man on Record Dies at Age 112

Death comes for us all, eventually. But for Texas resident Richard Overton, it came decades later than average. On Thursday, Overton died at the ripe old age of 112, relinquishing the distinction of being the oldest-known man living in the United States.Read more...
Tags: Texas, Science, Age, United States, Records, Richard Overton, Longevity, Overton, Lifespans


4 Ways to Be Happier in 2019

Small changes in our behavior, our surroundings and our relationships can help set us on course for a happier life.
Tags: News, Happiness, Exercise, Longevity


Exceptional longevity: why some people live to be more than 100-year old

Interventions that promote longevity, remembered by mnemonic: DEEP purple - “eat colorful plant foods: Dietary modification, Exercise, active Engagement, Purposeful living (click here to enlarge the image).Based on a Mayo Clinic Proceedings article (https://www.mayoclinicproceedings.org/article/S0025-6196(18)30792-4/):Exceptional Human Longevity: the oldest old have an extreme phenotype of delayed onset of age-related diseases and/or resistance to lethal illnesses occurring earlier in life.Cent...
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7 Ways to Age Well in 2019

How to increase your chances of living longer, learn the secret to aging well or just look younger.
Tags: News, Elderly, Longevity


Voices: Am I ‘Old’?

As with beauty, the meaning of “old” depends on the person you ask.
Tags: News, Age, Elderly, Chronological, Longevity, Baby Boomers, Psychology and Psychologists


Phys Ed: Is Aerobic Exercise the Key to Successful Aging?

Aerobic activities like jogging and interval training can make our cells biologically younger; weight training did not have the same effect.
Tags: News, Age, Elderly, Exercise, Chronological, Longevity, Genetics and Heredity, Chromosomes


Trilobites: Seeking Clues to Longevity in Lonesome George’s Genes

The giant tortoise lived for more than a century, carrying genes linked to a robust immune system, efficient DNA repair and resistance to cancer.
Tags: News, Galapagos Islands, Longevity, Carlos, Adalgisa, Genetics and Heredity, Turtles and Tortoises, Evolution (Biology, Nature Ecology & Evolution (Journal, Caccone, Lopez-Otin


Trilobites: The Genes That Make Parrots Into the Humans of the Bird World

Long-lived and clever parrots may be as different genetically from other birds as humans are from other primates.
Tags: News, Parrots, Animal Cognition, Longevity, Genetics and Heredity, Current Biology (Journal, Bird World


Voices: A Dream Vacation, Shaped by a Devastating Diagnosis

As the sun set on my life, it was rising on my children’s, and I knew this trip might be my last chance to share whatever I’ve learned about this world.
Tags: News, Greece, Parenting, Longevity, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, Children and Childhood, Travel and Vacations, Families and Family Life


Phys Ed: Being Fit May Be as Good for You as Not Smoking

A new study found a strong correlation between endurance and living a long life.
Tags: News, Heart, Exercise, Longevity


The World’s Oldest Barber Is 107 and Still Cutting Hair Full Time

With his still steady hands, Anthony Mancinelli has cut generations of hair, and styles. His secret to longevity? Putting in a satisfying day’s work, he said.
Tags: News, Anthony, Longevity, Anthony Mancinelli, Mancinelli, Barbers and Barbering, New Windsor (NY


The Startup That'll Inject You With Young Blood Says It's Opening a Clinic In New York City

Ambrosia—the startup that injects the plasma of young people into those 35 and older—is looking to open up shop in New York City.Read more...
Tags: Science, New York City, Ambrosia, Longevity, New York City Read, Blood Injections


Why Ammo Storage is MORE Important than You Might Think

Most firearm aficionados and gun gurus know that it is important to safely store their prized possessions. More importantly, if you have the space necessary and can afford it, it is a great investment to get a fire-rated safe that can store all of your gun related items. This should most certainly include your ammunition. […] Read More … The post Why Ammo Storage is MORE Important than You Might Think appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, Theft, Editorial, Longevity, Guns & Gear, Ammunition, Ammo Storage, Fire Hazard, Potency


Age Before Beauty, but Not Politics

You’re not getting older, you’re getting … elected.
Tags: News, Senate, Age, House Of Representatives, Nancy, Chronological, Democratic Party, Longevity, Feinstein, Pelosi, Dianne, United States Politics and Government