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Could ‘young’ blood stop us getting old?
In the early 2000s a group of scientists at Stanford University, California, revived a grisly procedure used in the 1950s known as parabiosis.
Old US police, fire boxes get breath of life through art
Decades after they helped save lives in the US capital, police and fire department call boxes still stand on city corners, relics of a time when firefighters used horse-drawn wagons and cops walked the beat.
Warhol in New York: a fresh experience for audiences old and new
His Marilyn Monroe paintings and oversize soup cans are cultural icons, but in an exhibition opening Monday, New York's Whitney Museum hopes to paint a new, more complex picture of Andy Warhol.
Soldiers given voice in century-old footage in Jackson's new war film
For his new World War One documentary film, 'They Shall Not Grow Old', director Peter Jackson was adamant the soldiers should tell their own stories.
Government: Over 28 percent of Japanese population officially old
More than 28 percent of Japan's population is now officially classified as elderly according to government data, the highest rate in the world as the first wave of postwar baby boomers enter old age.
81-year-old runner is breaking records
Jeanne Daprano wants the world to know something: She's not leaving anything behind. No regrets, no fear. At 81 years old, she's still pushing her body to the limit. She's still running competitive races, breaking world records and taking on new challenges.
750-year-old minbar found in ancient village
A minbar — the Islamic type of pulpit — which dates back to 750 years ago, has been unearthed, repaired and unveiled in an ancient Iranian village.
50- year-old protein volume paradox resolved
Durable proteins make life possible in the crushing depths of the ocean, and may have evolved in life below the surface of ice-bound oceanic exo-planets.
People need to talk about getting old
Too many people avoid talking about getting old, particularly conversations about end-of-life care, suggested a survey by a charity for older people.
Ageing economies will grow old with grace
What does the future hold for the world’s ageing populations? When experts try to answer this question, they often look at Japan, a country whose demographic profile turned sharply older in the early 1990s. Growth fell, deflation set in and capital investment flatlined. Nominal interest rates stayed incredibly low for a long time.
Sport in old age can stimulate brain fitness
Physical exercise in old age can improve brain perfusion as well as certain memory skills. This is the finding of the University of Magdeburg neuroscientists who studied men and women aged between 60 and 77.
More seniors to live in nursing homes
The population of seniors without children or those having only one child is expected to grow in the near future, said Mohammad Reza Pour-Yousef, the deputy head of State Welfare Organization.
Britons have no faith in care system: Poll
A British poll has revealed that six in ten Britons think they would not receive proper social service care in old age or if they suffer disability.

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