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Osteoporosis Prevention: 5-Point Plan to Stop Bone Loss

About one in two women and one in four men age 50 or older will break a bone due to osteoporosis. While some risk factors for the bone-thinning disease can?t be controlled, others can be modified by lifestyle changes. In observation of Osteoporosis Awareness and Prevention Month, here?s a primer.

Omega-3 and Omega-6 Fatty Acids Could Slow Aging

New US research has found evidence that including omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids in the diet can help to promote healthy brain aging.Led by Marta Zamroziewicz from the University of Illinois, the research team carried out two studies which looked at omega-3 and omega-6...

Richard Overton, Oldest Living US WWII Veteran, Turns 111

Richard Overton, the oldest living U.S. World War II veteran, turned 111 on Thursday in Texas. Overton, an Austin resident, served with the Army's 1887th Engineer Aviation Battalion in the Pacific Theater from 1942 to 1945.

Actor Antonio Sabato Touting Hormone Therapy

Actor and GOP congressional candidate Antonio Sabato, Jr., has gone public with his decision to use hormone therapy to treat depression, mood swings, and lack of energy. He says the treatment changed his life around.

Heavy Exercise Tied to Slower Aging

Although scientists have yet to develop an effective pill that will stop aging, a study from Brigham Young University says you can do it yourself - if you exercise a lot and don't mind sweating. Heavy exercise can cut aging in your cells by nine years.The study, which was...

Cracking, Popping Joints May Foretell Arthritis

Grating, cracking or popping sounds around joints may predict future arthritis, especially in the knees, according to a recent U.S. study. Among thousands of people with no knee pain who were followed for three years, one quarter had noisy knees yet they made up three...

Robotic 'Exoskeleton' Prevents Elderly Falls

Scientists unveiled a lightweight, robotic, outer "skeleton" Thursday that can detect when someone loses their balance, correct their gait, and prevent their fall.Designed to limit stumbles among the elderly, the device has sensors that can discern in real time when a limb...

Yogurt Makes Aging Bones Stronger: Study

An Irish study that examined the relationship between dairy intake and bone density found that senior citizens who ate the most yogurt had denser hip bones than those who ate the least.Researchers examined 1,057 women and 763 men who underwent a bone-mineral-density (BMD)...

Guidelines Oppose Most 'Keyhole' Knee Surgeries

"Keyhole" arthroscopic surgery should rarely be used to repair arthritic knee joints, a panel of international experts says in new clinical guidelines. Clinical trials have shown that keyhole surgery doesn't help people suffering from arthritis of the knees any more than...

Postmenopausal Hormone Therapy Tied to Hearing Loss

Several studies have suggested that menopause may increase the risk of hearing loss, possibly due to lower estrogen levels, and that postmenopausal hormone replacement therapy might slow the decline. But researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital found that hormone therapy...

Scientists Find Cells Tied to Gray, Thinning Hair

Changes in your hair -- whether it's graying hair or hair loss -- are a bane of aging.But if new research in mice pans out in humans, you could one day cross worries about your mane off your list of concerns about getting older.That's because researchers accidently...

Research Shows How Wine Protects the Brain

Could wine have a protective effect on the brain? A team of researchers at the Institute of Food Science Research in Madrid, Spain, have studied the process by which compounds in red wine have an anti-aging effect on the brain. When consumed in moderation, notably as part...

Eye Care Providers May Not Spot Macular Degeneration

Primary care optometrists and ophthalmologists may sometimes fail to detect age-related macular degeneration, the most common cause of vision impairment in the elderly, a recent U.S. study suggests. Researchers examined data on a total of 1,288 eyes from 644 older adults...

Newly Discovered Compound Found to Reverse Aging

A naturally occurring compound the human body produces has been shown to speed DNA repair, combat disease, and may turn back the clock on aging. Researchers plan to test the compound ? called NAD+ ? in clinical trials they say could lead to a new anti-aging drug in three to five years.

Is an Enzyme Making You Fat?

Researchers say they've found an enzyme in mice associated with obesity and a loss of exercise capacity in midlife, suggesting that the discovery could eventually lead to new weight-loss medications.The team at the U.S. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) gave...

Supportive Older Children Can Stave Off Dementia

Seniors who have a good relationship with their adult children also have a reduced risk of developing dementia, according to a new UK research published Tuesday in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease.Carried out by a team of researchers from the University of East Anglia...

Seniors Face Steep Costs for Many Generic Skin Creams

Prices for generic topical steroids to treat skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis are on the rise, and many seniors may pay more for generic medications than the brand-name versions, a U.S. study finds. Researchers compared average out-of-pocket patient costs as well...

Many Exercise Options Enhance Aging Brains

Older adults who want to get moving to help boost their brain function have a wide variety of workouts to choose from, a research review suggests. Among the many options for working out over 50, tai chi may have the biggest effect on cognitive function, but aerobic and...

5 Top Conditions That Shorten Lives and are Preventable

More bad news for plus-sized Americans: Obesity is the leading cause of preventable life-years lost in the nation, a new study finds. Obesity steals more years than diabetes, tobacco, high blood pressure and high cholesterol -- the other top preventable health problems that...

Virtual Reality Could Help Prevent Falls in the Elderly

Researchers in the USA have developed an ingenious system that uses virtual reality to help prevent falls by detecting and reversing balance impairments in elderly people.The sense of balance declines in elderly people, as well as in those with neurodegenerative diseases...