Dr. Steven Lamm, internist and faculty member at New York University School of Medicine, walks us through some of the best, simple, natural things you can do on your journey to better health and longevity.
Great skin is at the top of just about every woman’s wish list, but despite our best efforts, we still make skin care mistakes, sometimes without even knowing it.
In what might seem like a page out of the “Twilight” series, people looking to erase fine facial lines and wrinkles can undergo a procedure that uses patient’s own blood to reverse visible signs of aging.
Dermatologist Jeanine Downie from Image Dermatology in Montclair, N.J., visited The Couch with some useful tips on how to help you look as good as you feel.
Forty years of research is turning conventional wisdom on its head — when it comes to the issue of women and sex. The experts say it gets better with age.
Find out who the real winners are.
Would you want to know how long you’re going to live? In the coming months, it could become a possibility. A new blood test is being developed that could give you a look at your longevity.
As more and more baby boomers retire, they’re taking on a new full-time job – caring for an ailing parent.
As we get older, we spend more time and money on products that help keep us looking young – but it’s not only our skin and body that show signs of aging. What can we do to recapture that youthful sheen to our hair?