Longevity To-Dos for Every Age
Try a One-Minute Self-Hypnosis Session
Self-hypnosis can help you beat stress and get more motivated towards a healthy lifestyle. Try this one-minute sampler to see how it can work for you.
Age Yourself in Photos
Find out what you may look like in the future with apps and programs online that age your photo.
Longevity Benefits of Quitting Smoking
We know quitting smoking can help you live a longer life -- but how much longer? Find out what a massive study from the United Kingdom has revealed about the full benefits to women of quitting this dangerous habit.
Many conditions, like cardiovascular disease and diabetes, are more common as people get older, but they're by no means inevitable. Find out which diseases are age-related, and how you can steer clear of them.
Breastfeeding and Longevity
Breastfeeding can help your baby resist infection and other diseases -- and some of this protection might persist until adulthood. Find out what science is showing about the benefits of breastfeeding for your child's longevity.
What is Obesity?
We often hear about the dangers of rising obesity rates, and why we should avoid becoming obese. But how do health experts define what is obese?
What Mindfulness Meditation Can Do For You
Regardless of your age, mindfulness meditation can bring you calm, perspective, and better focus. Learn how meditation can help ward off disease and even help you live longer.
Self-Hypnosis for Motivation
Self-hypnosis can help you keep on track with longevity habits like eating well and exercising, by helping you visualize your goals.
My Retirement Story - Your Retirement Advice
Retirement is a pivotal time in life. Some people seem to stride into retirement with grace and others seem to struggle with not having enough interaction and enough things to do. What is your retirement successes and challenges? How did you plan for and achieve your goals in retirement?
In-Flight Medical Emergencies for Older Travelers
As more and more seniors travel - on increasingly longer flights - in-flight medical emergencies are expected to increase. Learn what kind of medical care you may get if you become a patient at 30,000 feet.
Keeping a diary of habits like healthy eating, exercise and meditation can help you stay healthy and live longer. Find out how using a journal will make it easier to stay on track.
Ten Things to Do in Your 20s for a Long, Healthy Life
Your 20s are a good time to lay in some lifelong habits that will not only help you 60 or 70 years from now, but will also help you live with more energy and health right now.
Keep Your Teeth White, and Looking Younger
Find out how to keep your teeth white, while eating many healthy foods like red wine, dark chocolate, and berries, which can stain teeth and make you look older.
Longevity To-Dos in Your 20s
Longevity is probably the last thing on your mind. That's too bad, because you can make some easy progress now that will pay off for the rest of your life. Just maintaining a healthy weight alone will keep you feeling and looking great now, and prevent countless chronic illnesses in the future. Look through this list and pick one or two of the To-Dos to accomplish each month. You'll be started on a long and happy life.
Longevity To-Dos for Your 30s
Your 30s are busy. You may have kids, a marriage, a career. How you maintain your health and well-being during your 30s will largely determine your health for the rest of your life. If you can keep a healthy weight, eat right, de-stress, exercise and more -- you be looking at more than half a century of disease free living. Get started today.
Longevity To-Dos for Your 40s
By your 40s, you may think you are set in your ways -- time to shake it up. Your 40s are a great time for a lifestyle overhaul. Every time you notice a little ache or pain -- let that make you more determined to be as active as possible, to live at a healthy weight and to have a great attitude. Pick one or two items from this To-Do list each month and make your 40s your healthiest decade yet. You'll feel great and live longer too.
Longevity To-Dos for Your 50s
50 is a great age -- a perfect time to start focusing on longevity. Use this decade to proactively address any health issues you have and create a foundation for 50 more years of good health. From attitude to eating habits, there is a great deal you can do to improve your health and even reverse some of the damage already done. Use this list as inspiration -- just pick one or two things at a time and get started.
Longevity To-Dos for Your 60s
Your 60s are a big decade. You may be putting your work life behind you and retiring. You may have more time to spend on yourself. This is a great time to create a "new you." This "new you" is focused on being healthy and feeling great. Make your retirement not about "resting" but about reaching your maximum health.
Longevity To-Dos for Your 70s
People's health in their 70s varies a lot. Some people are completely healthy and others have multiple illnesses. No matter what your condition, there is a lot you can do to improve your health, prevent illnesses and keep your brain sharp. Here is a list of longevity To-Dos that will have you feeling better now and living longer. Pick one or two a month and make some progress.
Longevity To-Dos for Your 80s
Your 80s are the new 60s -- you aren't old yet, so don't you dare use your age as an excuse to be lax about your health. Now more than ever, you can make a difference in your longevity. Your 80s are a time to be on top of any health conditions, and be religious about screening appointments. You can also work to preserve your memory and brain function, balance, energy level and much more. Get star…
Longevity To-Dos for Your 90s and Beyond
Sure, you're 90 or more, which means you've done great in the longevity game. But there's no need to let up yet. The world's oldest person, Jeanne Calment, lived to age 122. That means you could still have 25% of your life ahead of you. Make some changes, take control and do your best to feel great today and every day.
Daylight Saving Time Effects
Spring forward, fall back is the way we remember the shift to Daylight Saving Time. DST is in place in many countries to help conserve energy use, promote physical activity, and making better use of daylight. Find out why you should be careful driving, and walking, during the weeks immediately following a time change.
Winter Gifts for Active Seniors
Staying active is a big part of a longevity lifestyle, so if you've got seniors on your gift list, why not look at these ideas to keep them healthy, active, and living longer this winter?
How to Get Younger
Can you really get younger? Research on diet, fitness, and stress relief suggests that living a healthy lifestyle will make more of a difference to the aging process than your calendar age. Find out what you can do to turn back your biological clock.
Health of Baby Boomers
Research shows better longevity comes from eating well, exercising regularly, and managing stress -- but baby boomers get a failing grade. Poor lifestyle choices are leaving them with more chronic conditions like heart disease, hypertension and diabetes, across North America. Find out what this generation should be doing to improve the quality...