Stanley Bing, the pen name of CBS executive Gil Schwartz, has been writing satirical observations about wealth and business for more than 20 years. His new sci-fi book, “Immortal Life,” looks at life extension.
Source: Will only the rich cheat death?
Changes in breathing, for example breathing at different paces or paying careful attention to the breaths—were shown to engage different parts of the brain.
Exercise changes the workings of new brain cells in ways that may protect against dementia, a study in mice suggests.
Source: For Your Brain’s Sake, Keep Moving
What can an individual do about climate change? The easiest answer: make this one dietary switch.
Source: What If Everyone Ate Beans Instead of Beef?
Study compiling data from every country finds people are living longer but millions are eating wrong foods for their health.
Source: Poor diet is a factor in one in five deaths, global disease study reveals
Resist stereotypes about getting older and find something you can commit to improving, whether it’s tennis or cabinetry.
Source: Feeling Older? Here’s How to Embrace It
New research reveals daily dose of just 375g of fruit, vegetables and beans are sufficient to reduce risk of stroke, heart disease or premature death, and could help low-income consumers.
Source: Life-saving fruit and vegetable diet need only be three portions – study