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Anti-ageing diet: Eat these five foods to look younger!

Anti-ageing diet: Eat these five foods to look younger!

Making positive lifestyle choices, for instance, eating healthy, exercising regularly, not smoking, limiting alcohol intake, getting an adequate sleep, can help delay the ageing process and add years to your life.

Women who become mothers at or after 25 live longer, says study

Women who become mothers at or after 25 live longer, says study

The study by researchers at University of California San Diego in the US is the first to look at age at first child-birth in relation to longevity.

Using Facebook may increase your longevity

Using Facebook may increase your longevity

A new study says that using Facebook is associated with living longer as it serves to maintain and enhance an individual's real-world social ties.

Want to live a very long life? Follow these five basic rules for a healthier, happier lifestyle!

Following are five simple common-sense rules, if followed will keep you fit and add years to your life.

Life expectancy in Australia hits new high: Report

Life expectancy in Australia hits new high: Report

ABS Director of Demography Beidar Cho said the life expectancy for Australians in 2015 was comparable for other first-world nations.

Five bad habits that shorten your lifespan!

Making a few changes in your lifestyle can slow the ageing process and help you live longer.

125 years - The absolute limit of human lifespan!

Since the 1970s, the maximum duration of life - the age to which the oldest people live -- has risen.

Five scientifically-proven ways to live longer!

Making few changes in your lifetyle can help you live longer and healthier. Here are a few tricks that'll add years to your life.

Want to live longer? Restrict your calorie intake!

The researchers found that calorie restriction had a much bigger effect on metabolic outcomes than the amount of fat in the diet.

Want to live longer? Add more whole grains to your diet!

As per a new study, consuming nearly four servings of whole grains such as bran, oatmeal and quinoa a day can reduce the risk of premature death.

Global life expectancy increased by 5 years since 2000: WHO

The report states that globally life expectancy increased by 5 years between 2000 and 2015, the fastest increase since the 1960s. 

Want to live longer? Cut down your sitting time by 71 minutes!

A new study suggests that reducing sitting time at work by 71 minutes per day can have positive effect in the long.

Researchers find variable affecting long life

Using two types of statistical analysis, the researchers were able to assess the relative importance of a total of 65 different variables in predicting participants' mortality risk.

Exercise regularly to keep your heart healthy, live longer

The study revealed that even small amount of physical activities, including standing, are linked to a lower risk of cardiovascular disease.

Secret to living up to 100 years of age!

The results of the study indicate that several disease variants may be absent in centenarians versus the general population.  

Digital detox: Delete partner on Facebook, get mojo back

 If you want longevity in your marital relationship, just delete your partner from your Facebook friends' list and get the romance back in life.

Brainy genes may also help you live longer

Intelligent people outlive their less clever peers because genes that make one intelligent may also be associated with a longer lifespan, according to a new study.

Why women live longer than men?

 Explaining why women live longer than men across the world, vulnerability to heart disease is the biggest culprit behind a surge in higher death rates for men during the 20th century, says a study.

Women live longer, men healthier: Study

 A new study has suggested that though women live longer, men live healthier.

A little vigorous exercise can help you live longer

If you are planning to join the gym for years and always scheduling your early morning jogging for tomorrow, make up your mind fast as a large study has found that even small amounts of vigorous activity could help reduce your risk of early death.