Author: Kathleen Doheny
In his revolutionary book, the neurologist says we can prevent Alzheimer’s and even reverse it.
Your PCP may not be up to date with the latest thinking on calcium and heart health, vitamin D levels and which exercises help. Here’s the scoop.
Got osteoarthritis? Physical activity really does help. Learn how to make exercise work for you.
Researchers think a dose of vigorous exercise might prevent mild cognitive impairment from progressing to dementia. You can help them find out.
A newish blood sugar test is leading to sometimes confusing diagnoses of pre-diabetes and diabetes.
Some experimental remedies are proving effective, and new treatment options are in the pipeline.
Fifty percent of seniors considered healthy by doctors are actually not — and some who might seem unhealthy are just fine.
In a new study, those who had high vitamin C intake had a lower risk of getting cataracts and a lower risk of cataract progression.
Your doctor should treat you as an individual, not an age — it’s important for your health. Learn the red flags and what to do about it.
The MIND diet does more than guard against Alzheimer’s – it could keep your brain sharp as you age.
Fasting? Drugs? Genes? Bill Gifford, author of “Spring Chicken” separates the scams from the science.