It's no mystery that some foods are healthier than others.
As children, many of us probably remember our parents instructing us to drink milk so that we may grow up to be healthy and strong. The rational behind this saying was to ensure that our bones obtained the calcium necessary for full development and strength.
A new study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine found that exercising late in life can help older adults with healthy aging.
Maintaining the wellness of your eyes becomes more important as you get older.
Staying healthy once you reach age 50 is important because your body will start to undergo many changes.
As people get older, they tend to take notice of the physical transformations that come with age, like thinning hair, loss of hearing, decreased vision and loss of bone density.