By next year, there will be 73 million Millennials in the US.
New research shows that our perception of ageing changes as we get older.
Pension savings systems differ around the world but the largest of these pots mask a funding gap that is expected to reach $400 trillion by 2050.
Researchers have identified 15 genes responsible for the way we look, but work is still needed to identify which genes are responsible for specific features.
Patients are being prescribed activities rather than tablets as a way of making them healthier.
An IMF chart highlights the link between education and life expectancy.
China's increasing generational divide is exemplified in an argument between two of its most prominent poets, argues Xu Xiao.
A new study suggests that people who live in cultures with more positive beliefs about ageing have a lower risk of developing dementia.
Residents in an old person's community are taking part in tests on automated car services.
By 2019, there will be fewer Germans under 30 years old than there are Germans that are 60+ years.
Britain has appointed a minister for loneliness to take forward the work of murdered MP Jo Cox.
A global pension asset shortfall of $400 trillion is expected by 2050. How can we better handle our ageing populations?
A new study finds that you can reduce your risk of heart failure in middle age, but only by engaging in aerobic exercise for four to five days a week for two years.
A Harvard study shows how intermittent fasting and manipulating mitochondrial networks may increase lifespan.
One way to slow brain aging may not be that different from what works for our general physical health: eating salad.