Economic View: The positives of an ever-larger army of older people has been rather neglected
I hope Adele – as leader of Choir of Mid-to-late Twenties Moaners – finds an older role model
He’s been dismissed as a throwback, but I think Corbyn represents a resurrection of political ideals
Frank Kummerow has dedicated much of his life to researching the effects of trans fats
Roma centre-half could be drafted in this January
Severe depression led to increased cellular ageing
Hopes rise for new drugs and treatments to speed healing process for the elderly
World population is aging so fast most countries are not adequately prepared to support their swelling numbers of elderly people says report
Improve NHS efficiency drastically or face boom in national debt burden, Government forecaster warns
It’s finally getting hot in here: but that doesn’t mean you have to lose your head. Lee Holmes explains what to wear to the office this summer
The National Grid has suggested large consumers could be asked to decrease use between 16:00 and 20:00 on weekdays in the winter
Even now, its greatest race cannot find a way to the top of the British racing agenda. True, the prospect of riding in the Investec Derby on Saturday continues to animate Frankie Dettori as he approaches a final obstacle to the restoration of his licence in France. Today, however, it was a jockey of equivalent standing in jump racing who unexpectedly dominated the sport's conversations.
For one crew represented at this year's London Marathon, running is about so much more than keeping fit, discovers Ian Burrell
Police were surprised it hadn't already detonated
Neil McCorkell was a regular in the Hampshire cricket XI from 1932 to 1951, a quiet man of no great height who kept wicket and, for much of his career, opened the batting, a demanding combination in the six-day-a-week schedule of those years.
Sylvester Stallone might be 66, he might not have made a decent film for a while, and he might talk a bit funny, but could he still have you in a fight? Fuhgeddaboudit!
In an interview in today's Shortlist magazine, he confounds and delights in equal measure with a serious of pronouncements that leave us in no doubt: Step off Seagal, move aside Arnie, Sly is back!