Aging

AGING Diet, exercise shown to improve cell health Healthy lifestyle changes may help improve one's "cellular age," or the health of certain cells in the body, a new UCSF study shows for the first time.

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The Kansas City Health Department reported Thursday that the Jackson County medical examiner’s office was investigating the death of a man in his early 80s as possibly heat related.

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I don’t have much in the way of assets. Do I really need a will?

Legal experts say you do.

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Stanford scientists have identified a possible new culprit in the development of Alzheimer's disease and other brain disorders, and the finding may create new avenues for understanding, and maybe preventing, cognitive decline in old age.

One in six Utahns who are age 60 and older report worsening memory loss, according to a first-of-its-kind survey that has dementia experts forecasting a boom in Alzheimer’s disease.

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If you have ever been through physical therapy for any below the waist injuries, then my guess is that you probably spent part of that time exercising on a stationary bike. Cycling seems to be a basic component of many rehabilitation and reconditioning programs. I remember using the stationary bike at physical therapy after recovering from my ACL reconstruction of my right knee.

Elderly women clapping in seats

 ‘Are you ready to get on your feet today?” dance teacher Dana Hart exhorts a dozen or so seniors and their caregivers gathered in the common room at the nursing home. At first, the elders look anything but ready, slowly rising from their chairs to their feet.

Carmen Torres used the simplest of words, but the way she had to stop and steady herself before she could speak - the way her voice shook when she finally spoke of her Alzheimer's disease - gave them an emotional richness that cut to the heart of why she and a group of politicians, advocates, caregivers, and researchers had come to a hearing at the University of Pennsylvania on Thursday.

Ninety birthdays maybe, but not 120: Americans hope to stretch life expectancy another decade or so, but they're ambivalent about a fountain of youth.

Scientists are researching ways to slow the aging process, creating treatments that might one day let people live far longer. It works in some laboratory animals, although there's no way to know if it ever will work for people.

AGING Study foresees care needs in final years Baby Boomers may end up living longer than their parents did, but a long life doesn't necessarily mean a healthy one. Many people, especially women, will spend their final years depending on someone else for daily care, according to a new study by researchers at UCSF and the San Francisco VA Medical Center....

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