Variations in a single gene appear to play a major role in how old we look.
Deterioration in the striatum circuit was linked to a failure to adapt to change.
A third of residents in a remote Italian village are over 100. Researchers aim to learn their secret.
We've all seen the "Before" and "After" pictures of U.S. presidents. The gig seems to age them at warp speed, leaving them with more than just a touch of grey. But, physiologically, do presidents really age faster than ordinary civilians?
Factors include a player's cognitive reserves, how many times he's hit and whether he has experienced amnesia.
Yasutaro Koide, who died on Tuesday in central Japan, was born just months before the Wright brothers made their first successful flight.
First births to mothers in their 30s are also rising, as women increasingly pursue careers before having children.
Exercise could make all areas of your brain better able to learn, heal and change, suggests new research.
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