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Sex in Old Age Makes You Look Younger (?) by Ronni B. Patient Expert Posted Wed 10 Jul 2013 8:30am There was something entirely different on my agenda for today's post but then that headline (minus the question mark) popped into the ol' inbox first thing yesterday and I couldn't resist tracking down who was claiming such a ridiculous thing. Following the link , I read, ”An active sex life during old age could be the key to maintaining a ... Read on »
Fast-aging disease: 28 year-old woman looks like 80 year-old. by EyeDrD Posted Mon 22 Apr 2013 7:00am Russia-1, First Federal Russian TV channel, has just broadcast an international scientific program about a fast-aging syndrome and one of the guests is 28-year-old Vietnamese woman Nguyen Thi Phuong who — due to the mysterious disease — looks like an … Continue reading → From: Eye Dr DeLengocky Read on »
"In fact, old age in the future — particularly if you’re looking at 2050 and later — promises to bear..." by Drew W. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 09 May 2011 6:52am “In fact, old age in the future — particularly if you’re looking at 2050 and later — promises to bear little resemblance to old age as it is experienced in 2011.” - “The future of old” Read on »
Aches and Pains of Age by Ronni B. Patient Expert Posted Mon 30 Mar 2009 3:51pm One of the unwritten rules of elderhood is that we may not talk about our aches and pains. Somehow, old people have a reputation for dwelling on them, but that's not my experience and it could be that we – or, the old people I know – have been brainwashed by the youth culture to keep silent. Well, not today. I am grateful for my health. As ... Read on »
Anti Aging: Looking Great at 71 by Eating Plenty of Fruits and Vegetables by Moms Nutrition Posted Thu 04 Feb 2010 12:00am If you didn't know already how many different ways that fruits and vegetables benefit the body, well...here's one more.  In a word, slowing the aging process. That's right. If you're eating foods that contain lots of antioxidants, and most people don't so we recommend Juice Plus +®, then you will age slower than if you're eating less ... Read on »
The New Age of Old Models: Is Aging Finally Losing it’s “Ugly” Stigma in Fashion [Or is grey hair just the new by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Sun 02 Feb 2014 11:54pm Sleek hair, impeccable styling, perfect makeup – even though everything about her screamed model I still couldn’t believe my eyes. And yet there she was staring right back at me from a full-page glossy photo fashion spread for The Row , Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s high-end fashion line. The lovely 65-year-old Linda Rodin e ... Read on »
‘Stop the age clock at 50′ – scientific anti ageing treatment by Peter Beard Patient Expert Posted Thu 19 Nov 2009 10:03pm Wednesday 21st October 2009 We heard the other week that babies of the future will live until 100, and beyond, but now scientists at Leeds University have revealed exciting new science that can literally stop the ageing process at 50! Initial research has shown that 50 year olds can look forward to a very active future through groundbre ... Read on »
What's the right age? Is there an age factor? by Marla-Deen Posted Tue 27 Mar 2012 5:18pm There have been a couple of stories in the news lately that have really stirred up the talking heads, the blog world, diet world and health care folks.  At first glimpse they do not seem at all related, but as I was thinking about both stories, one of the main points in both is the age of the subject. So what do a 71 year ... Read on »
Just as we age, our homes age, too. by Janet S. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 11:11am Elinor Ginzler is a fountain of information and a delight to chat with. This AARP Livable Communities expert looks at aging challenges with enthusiasm. Her expertise? Ensuring that home living spaces function as livable communities that address needs across the age span. This includes home design, associated costs, mobility, and home modif ... Read on »
Perspectives on aging and not aging. by Chris Alterio Occupational Therapist Posted Wed 20 Apr 2011 4:36pm "I love you," Kimmie's grandfather said, while gently releasing her hand and carefully pulling up the bedsheets around her thin shoulders. "Well I love your eyes," she said back, and planted a kiss squarely on his jaw. The grandfather gave her a wink, got up, and tipped his hat to me as he left the room. I felt a little awkward and concerne ... Read on »