A breakthrough study has shown that metabolism stays stable between the ages of 20 and 60 and doesn’t start to dip until our 60s.
They certainly seem to, and the big issue is how diverse those bugs are.
Menopause, age and genes can help increase it. We can’t control those, but research points to four important things we can control.
Who’d have thought that this butterfly-shaped gland in our neck could affect our heart health? But as it turns out it’s a close connection.
Arteries are like hoses in that they can get stiff and hard. It’s called ‘vascular ageing’ but it’s about lifestyle as well as age.
Cholesterol is vital to the function of our body. So how does something so essential turn into ‘plaque’?
There’s a range of ways we can preserve them, and the challenge is to put together an approach that suits us.
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