Health A-Z

Vision Health

Bananas Could Help Prevent Blindness

Carotenoids, which are found at various levels in different banana cultivars — plant varieties that have been produced by selective breeding — are important vitamin precursors for eye h Read More >

Men's Health

A Crucial Benefit of Testosterone Therapy

Older men using testosterone therapy were less likely to have complications that require them to go back to the hospital within a month of being discharged than men not using this therapy, accordin Read More >

Heart Health

Using Home Blood-Pressure Monitors

For most people, a visit to a health care provider typically starts with a gentle squeeze—the sensation of a blood pressure cuff inflating around their upper arm. But a single blood pressure read Read More >

Memory Loss

"Emotional Memory" in Older Adults

In a study exploring the relationship between memory for specific past experiences and recovery from strong negative emotions, researchers say that episodic memory be more important in helping midl Read More >

Mental & Emotional Health

Becoming Resilient: The Ability To Bounce Back and Thrive

How a person deals with stress can mean success or failure throughout their life.

When faced with a stressful situation, a personal setback or trauma, do they feel confident that they can bo Read More >

Living Well

Money Matters

The Road to Financial Literacy: Three Minuses, Three Pluses

Financial literacy isn’t something we learn in school, and most parents admit they feel unqualified or incapable of teaching their children about money. As a result, most of us are self-taught wh Read More >

Stop Aging
Aging Well

A Vitamin That Stops the Aging Process of Organs

Nicotinamide riboside (NR) is pretty amazing. It has already been shown in several studies to be effective in boosting metabolism. And now a team of researchers at EPFL’s Laboratory of Integr Read More >

Money Matters

Why Your Retirement Plan Is Bigger than You

The big story in financial planning has been and will continue to be affording retirement, which makes ample sense with the retirement of tens of thousands of baby boomers expected every week for s Read More >

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Aging Well

Researchers Define the Elements of a “Good Death”

For most people, the culmination of a good life is a “good death,” though what that means exactly is a matter of considerable confusion. Researchers at the University of California, San Read More >

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Spring Cleaning Tips for a Healthy Home

Spring is almost here and that means it’s time for spring cleaning. In addition to getting rid of the clutter in your home, how can you create a truly healthy living environment for your family?< Read More >




What is Magnesium and What Does it Do?

Magnesium, a mineral found abundantly in the body, is naturally present in many foods, available as a dietary supplement, and an ingredient in medicati Read More >


Vitamin D

What is Vitamin D and What Does it Do?

Vitamin D is one of the most versatile vitamins for improving your overall health. There are two forms of vitamin D: Vitamin D2, which is commonly fou Read More >

Diet & Nutrition

Fast food May Expose You to Harmful Phthalates

People who reported consuming more fast food in a national survey were exposed to higher levels of potentially harmful chemicals known as phthalates, according to a study published April 13th 2016 Read More >

Diet & Nutrition

Conquering Food Cravings

Most of us want to stay at a healthy weight, or get there. But we also face daily – and sometimes hourly – temptations in the form of high-fat, low-nutrition junk food. Is there anything we can Read More >

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Essential Nutrients for Women over 40

Although they say “40 is the new 30,” and cougars in the dating scene have never been more trendy, there are key considerations that women should keep in mind after they reach a certain age. De Read More >


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Just 1 Minute of Intense Exercise Produces Health Benefits

Researchers at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario have found that a single minute of very intense exercise produces health benefits similar to longer, traditional endurance training. The find Read More >


Get Your Spring Fitness Game On

Hi, thirdAGE readers. I’m so excited to be joining you on a monthly basis to bring you some of my best discoveries in fitness and healthy lifestyle. As a woman who is approaching her third ag Read More >

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Greek Dancing Improves Jumping Ability of Elderly Heart Failure Patients

As a thirdAGE visitor, you probably remember the sirtaki danced in the 1974 movie “Zorba, the Greek”. Now a study done at Aristotle University in Thessaloniki, Greece has shown Greek dancing im Read More >

electric stim

Questions over Safety of Whole Body Electrical Stimulation

It’s time to regulate the use of whole body electrical stimulation, argue doctors in a paper published March 30th 2016 in The BMJ. The physicians had treated several people for muscle damage Read More >

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Brain Health

Exercise May Slow Brain Aging by 10 Years for Older People

Exercise in older people is associated with a slower rate of decline in thinking skills that occurs with aging. People who reported light to no exercise experienced a decline equal to 10 more years Read More >


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Relationships & Love

The 8 New Relationship Rules Every Couple Should Follow

Want a great love? Then don’t be afraid to:

Rock the Boat. Don’t hold back when something is bothering you because you’re afraid to make waves in your relationship. Think about ways y Read More >

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7 Tips for Overcoming First Date Jitters

Whether you’re 15 or 50, first date jitters are real and can even be uncomfortable. How can you better handle them? How can you reduce your anxiety and have a better first date? However, there ar Read More >

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High Standards Produce Mixed Effects on Marriages

There is a tension between what spouses demand from their marriages and what they are capable of attaining from those marriages, according to recent psychology research. The results are published i Read More >

Grieving child

10 Things Grieving Children Want You to Know

One in 20 children will lose a parent by the age of 18. Most Americans will experience the death of someone close to them before graduating high school.

Death is a part of life, and loss is Read More >


Tips for Helping Stepfamilies Get Off to a Smoother Beginning

Any new marriage has its hurdles. But when the newlyweds also bring children from previous marriages, they face the additional challenge of trying to balance the needs of the relationship with the Read More >

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