Research has debunked a misconception about the limits to the human lifespan.
With more people in their 60s and 70s getting hired than ever before, it seems middle age no longer spells the sunset of your professional life.
Children born in 2007 will most likely live to 100 or more. Today’s medicines can delay strokes and heart disease by decades. This trend, however, will play havoc with working lives, pens...
In recent years, we have seen a considerable rise in life expectancy around the globe. Yet, there can be no broad-spectrum answer to interventions to increase the life expectancy of men a...
As the global population ages, and we live longer, some things you might not know about life expectancy.
Five common myths about the ageing brain and body explored and the truth explained.
The findings among masters athletes reflect the aim that many of us have in life: reach a peak then maintain our health, physical and cognitive capacities for as long as we can, and compr...
New research suggests that an ageing population could be good for economic growth, thanks in part to automation and technology.
With predictions that in the coming decades, centurions will become the norm rather than the exception, it was no surprise that longevity was an emerging theme in Davos a few weeks back.
For many young people today, success means being debt free while the prospect of home ownership is a mirage. What can be done today to stop this from becoming the norm?
Vanessa Loaiza looks at why we become more forgetful with age - and what we can do about it.
We must overcome deeply ingrained tendencies towards short-termism.
Researchers have identified the types of intelligence that make aging workers valuable.
Scientists are studying a small group of older adults with excellent memories called “supernormals” to determine their risk for Alzheimer’s.
Productivity growth is slowing, due to an ageing population, report the IMF.