According to U.S newspaper reports, the number of centenarians in the country – people who have made it to 100 years old – is just over 70 thousand. How do they do it? Well, some people like to think it is all about advancements in medical technology, while others believe it has more to do with better lifestyle habits, like exercising, less drinking and smoking, etc. Or, according to a new collaborate research study that just made headlines, perhaps the …Read more
The eyes may be a window into your soul, but they are far more important as your windows into the outside world. Apart from improving eyesight and granting the ability to see details that went previously unnoticed, corrective eye surgery has been shown to help people inflicted with cataract-related vision disorders live longer.
Cataracts are caused by the clouding of the eye’s lens, and are the leading cause of vision impairments in America. By the time they are 80 years …Read more
Humans have constantly been searching for a way to strengthen our health, improve our quality of life, and to extend our life spans. As science and technology becomes more advanced, scientists are beginning to discover new ways for people to achieve better health and live longer. A recent study conducted by Vladimir Titorenko, research chair in Genomics at Concordia University, has found an unexpected substance that may prove to be the key to life extension. Oddly, this elixir for long …Read more
An interesting new study has suggested that the idea of “living long and happy” might actually be a stretch. As a matter of fact, the idea of the grumpy old man, or the bitter old woman might really be onto something. The study suggests that those who don’t have high hopes for a happy and prosperous future, might be more likely to find themselves living longer.
Compared to people who have an outlook of optimism, or who are generally more …Read more