Robert De Niro in ‘Dirty Grandpa’ is reportedly too embarrassing to watch, but the 'dignity' that supposedly attends advancing age is, naturally, a tricky area
Professor Karl Pillemer was unprepared for the answer he received when he asked older people what they regret most
More and more of us are living with disabilities and long term health conditions towards the end of our lives and care should be a given, not a luxury
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BB creams can work wonders on lacklustre, uneven skin. We round up the best complexion-enhancing creams
Sam Berns, who has died at the age of 17, was a teenager whose struggle with a rare genetic condition that accelerates the aging process became the subject of a television documentary. He died from complications of Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome, commonly known as progeria. The Progeria Research Foundation was founded by his parents.
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Results could help in discovery of ways to slow down ageing in humans
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Improve NHS efficiency drastically or face boom in national debt burden, Government forecaster warns
Manipulating a molecule in almond-sized structure increased longevity by 20%, says study
Rockstar has released trailers that show each of the three main characters from Grand Theft Auto 5.
Supplements. Note the name. They're not handy replacements for a healthy diet and lifestyle; they're a nice top-up of the nutrients you need to keep skin, hair and nails in good nick – usual suspects such as vitamins A, C and E plus minerals such as zinc, iron and silica.
For one crew represented at this year's London Marathon, running is about so much more than keeping fit, discovers Ian Burrell