A minister who interviewed her oldest congregants was surprised by some of their answers.
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Not all body changes, aches and pains are a sign of trouble. But there are some serious symptoms, especially after age 40, that may be overlooked.
The stress is so high that caregivers sometimes get sicker than the people they're caring for.
Food is power and with the right knowledge what you eat may help you live a longer, healthier life.
The "Greatest Showman" star is poking fun at himself on social media.
Talk about a timeless beauty.
The brains of "super agers," who have the memory performance of people decades younger, seem to be shrinking at a slower rate. But why?
Nationwide, a new case of the disease develops every 65 seconds. It's time to recognize we are facing a crisis.
The acting legend shares some serious life advice, and spills her personal style secrets.
Twins have a survival advantage compared to the rest of us.
A simple eye exam could one day help doctors catch the disease before it's too late.
“It’s hard to understand the level of pain that this disease brings,” the actress said in a new much-talked-about interview.
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Lifestyle changes are the first approach doctors try in patients with hypertension and they can be very effective.
Hormone changes during menopause mean women lose a “crucially important” layer of protection, some experts say.
It's a beautiful love story.
Patti Davis, daughter of the late U.S. President Ronald Reagan and First Lady Nancy Reagan, reflects on her father's death from Alzheimer's disease.
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Legendary actress Jane Fonda tells Ellen DeGeneres that she is enjoying being her age and "not sweating the small stuff."
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Beauty editors share their favorite sunscreens to wear every day of the year.
Many people feel lonely temporarily, but chronic loneliness can have serious health consequences. Easing it may take just two hours a week.
The former first lady made the decision to focus on comfort care after a series of recent hospitalizations. What does it mean?
Masazo Nonaka loves sweets, soaking in hot springs, watching sumo wrestling and his daily newspaper.
The approach is called reminiscence therapy and it lets patients be surrounded by prompts from their past.
Madonna says these simple habits helped her significantly over the years.
The two are raising awareness of and money for Alzheimer's research through Hilarity for Charity.
The supermodel and mom of three is honest about how she takes care of herself.
Hoda Kotb opens up about how she's learned to appreciate the greater things later in life and how staying true to herself has only helped in the process.
Savannah Guthrie tells us what it's like to be scrutinized by strangers and why she's not going to let wrinkles run her life.
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See the surprising and interesting results of TODAY Style's survey.
New findings suggest screening guidelines may need to be reexamined, doctor says
Seniors are finding freedom in the tiny-house lifestyle.
The star of "Rise" reveals why she feels so good in her own skin and her best life advice.
The 52-year-old model makes her own decisions about what feels appropriate and authentic.
Ask 100-year-old Matilda Curcia about the key to a long life and she'll provide a very specific answer: One beer and three potato chips every night.
And yes, her daughters just might follow her into showbiz.