They both drive the complexity of medical care up.
An interview with Eric Verdin, CEO of the Buck Institute for Research on Aging.
The surprising relationship between mindset and getting old.
Evidence is stacking up on both sides of an age-old debate.
It’s not just our flesh and bones that change as we get older.
U.S. prisons aren’t prepared for an inmate population that is getting older and sicker.
It’s the testosterone, don’t you know.
Genetic mutation changes from adaptive to dangerous after reproductive age.
New insights into mitochondria reveal how life expends energy.
The growing role of grandparents in raising children is right in line with human biology.
Tantalizing evidence suggests that brain activity shifts to increase wisdom as we age.
As our lifespans have increased, so too have our active years. Can that go on?
A growing portion of the elderly look and act anything but.
The productive, bizarre career of Nobel laureate and early aging researcher Elie Metchnikoff.
Our physiological processes become increasingly simple as we age.
Ballooning life expectancies are upending age-old definitions of life stages.