People with depression could be at greater risk of heart disease, according to an international study led by an Australian researcher. Mild depression is associated with doubling the risk of developing cardiovascular disease and heart attack (and death from these causes), and severe depression has an even more profound effect – with up to five times the rate of cardiovascular […]» Read more
Apparently, adultery is bad for the heart. According to the Italians anyway, whose claim to expertise in such matters we won’t question.» Read more
New research from dating giant match.com suggests that women’s taste in men changes as they age, with age group often one of the best predictors of what a woman is looking for in a man.» Read more
It’s now widely accepted that regular exercise improves brain function, enhancing our ability to remember and creatively problem-solve. The underlying mechanisms behind this are less well understood.
However new research from Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences may provide one piece of the puzzle: testosterone.
As it turns out, exercise may also do wonders for your mind, of all things.» Read more
Think the happiest years of your life are at the beginning or end?
Think again.» Read more
Thinking of following the Methuselah Mice, and increasing your lifespan with a cut to your calorie intake? New findings suggest this might not apply to people after all…» Read more
To celebrate her recent 70th birthday Julie Andrews of The Sound of Music fame gave a surprise performance at New York’s Radio City Music Hall. And as might be expected, one of the numbers performed was ever-popular ‘My Favourite Things’. What wasn’t so expected though was the new lyrics the famous Septuagenarian substituted! As listed here: Botox and nose […]» Read more
Science says sex is good for you. Not that we needed an excuse.» Read more
Elle magazine has published their list of the secret signs of aging, and how to mask them!» Read more