One Spouse’s View Of Aging May Sway The Other’s Health
Elderly people can expect their health to decline—as well as that of their spouse—when their self-perceptions about aging become negative, a new study suggests.
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Foods of Abuse? Nutritionists Consider Food Addiction
Cookies, chips, hot dogs and other ultraprocessed fare raise risk of runaway eating and may lead to overeating and food addiction.Read More
Metabolism May Not Slow After 20 – So Why Do We Still Gain Weight?
A recent study has shown our metabolism – also known as energy expenditure – stays relatively stable between the ages of 20 and 60, before decreasing at older ages.Read More
Intermittent and Periodic Fasting For Longevity. Have You Scheduled Your Next Fast?
Intermittent and periodic fasting (IF and PF, respectively) are emerging as safe strategies to affect longevity and healthspan by acting on cellular aging and disease risk factors, while causing no or minor side effects.Read More
Effects Of Faster Aging Show Up By Midlife
When measuring how quickly people are aging, highlight the importance of biological aging in midlife while prevention is possible and before heavy organ damage has accumulated.Read More
Circadian Rhythm: Liver Gene Helps Body Keep Working Smoothly After Late Nights And Midnight Snacks
Our circadian rhythm can be disrupted by any number of factors, including going to bed later than usual, or eating late at night.Read More
How Do Cells Know What To Recycle
Scientists have discovered how a cell identifies the first amino acid that determines the lifetime of a protein.Read More
Fungal Microbiome: Whether Mice Get Fatter Or Thinner Depends On The Fungi That Live In Their Gut
The gut microbiome can influence metabolismRead More
Your Genetics Influence How Resilient You Are To Cold Temperatures – New Research
Our new research shows that a common genetic variant in the skeletal muscle gene, ACTN3, makes people more resilient to cold temperatures.Read More
The When of Eating: The Science behind Intermittent Fasting
What and how much we eat isn’t the only important thing when it comes to healthy nutrition. The timing of eating matters for body weight and health and periodic fasting can help.Read More