YOUNG FOREVER: Anti-aging skincare ideas you shouldn’t ignore

Photo by Andrea Piacquadio on Pexels.com One mistake many people make is waiting till they’re 50 before they start trying to pause aging. By this time, they’ve already started down the downward curve.  That said, the best time to freeze the aging process is in your early thirties, or even late twenties. At this point, … Continue reading YOUNG FOREVER: Anti-aging skincare ideas you shouldn’t ignore

How to control brain damage as you age

Some amount of brain shrinkage, sometimes referred to as brain atrophy or cerebral atrophy, occurs naturally with age. Just as the body gets older, so does the brain. But not all brains age the same. Aging-related brain changes may include decreases in brain mass, shrinkage of areas of the brain that contain nerve fibers, loss of … Continue reading How to control brain damage as you age

IMPOSSIBLE! Scientists reverse ageing in human skin cells by 30 years

Photo by Pavel Danilyuk on Pexels.com Scientists have developed a way to reverse ageing in human skin cells by 30 years, according to a new study. The new method turns the clock back for longer than previous reprogramming methods, and does so without the cells losing their function. Researchers said they have been able to partly restore the … Continue reading IMPOSSIBLE! Scientists reverse ageing in human skin cells by 30 years

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How WHO is solving problems linked to ageing and health

Globalization, technological developments (e.g. in transport and communication), urbanization, migration and changing gender norms are influencing the lives of older people in direct and indirect ways. For example, although the number of surviving generations in a family has increased, today these generations are more likely than in the past to live separately. A public health … Continue reading How WHO is solving problems linked to ageing and health

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Ageing and health: Everything you need to know

People worldwide are living longer, the World Health Organization (WHO) says. Today, for the first time in history, most people can expect to live into their sixties and beyond. By 2050, the world’s population aged 60 years and older is expected to total 2 billion, up from 900 million in 2015. Today, 125 million people … Continue reading Ageing and health: Everything you need to know