Does your partner’s chewing drive you nuts? You might have misophonia
Misophonia is a condition where innocuous sounds like pen-clicking can cause a severe reaction.
Researchers have determined the exact age that misery peaks
Every country has a U-shaped "happiness curve."
How high-priced “specialty drugs” are exposing more flaws in our system
These medications are becoming increasingly common, though many Americans are unfamiliar with the term.
The second most common type of dementia often goes unrecognized
For a third of people with the disease, getting the correct diagnosis took more than two years.
Your blood type may influence your vulnerability to the winter vomiting virus
Not everyone is equally vulnerable.
A cutting-edge, drug-free migraine treatment is showing promise
Encouraging news for migraine sufferers.
These university programs help the senior living industry keep up with the times
A number of schools are developing programs focused on the specialized needs of people 55 and older.
5 things that make your feet hurt — and how to fix them
Walking doesn't have to be painful. A podiatrist weighs in with solutions for common foot problems.
8 ways to wake up with more energy
Not a morning person? Here are solutions to help you kick-start your day.
Hate exercise? Try a zero-minute workout instead
Boost the intensity of your everyday movements and better your health
The world’s oldest man, my great-grandmother, and me
As I learned after meeting 113-year-old Walter Breuning, the most ordinary memories have potentially profound consequences.