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Stopping statins treatment in old age  increases heart attack risk by nearly half
Pensioners should not stop taking statins just because they feel healthy, scientists have warned after finding that doing so may boost the risk of heart attack by nearly half.
Tips for a healthy old age
In this century, the World Health Organization (WHO) has come up with new classifications for human aging, considering 66-79 years old to be middle-aged and 80-99 years old to be elderly or senior. Many diseases such as heart disease, asthma, diabetes and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) have also become more common in parallel with the prolongation of our lives.
Space research could help reverse frailty in old age
Muscle loss in elderly people could be prevented or reversed following experiments to be conducted on the International Space Station.
Cutting calories likely to you fend off age-linked disease
If you want to enjoy a healthier old age, try eating a little less each day, according to the US National Institute on Aging (NIA).
Loneliness triggers mental decline in old age
Loneliness and depression are linked to an increased risk of mental decline in the elderly, a new study suggested.
Vinculin helps heart to continue beating in old age
Vinculin is a protein which helps to sustain performance of cardiac muscles and enable the heart to continue beating even during old age, according to a new research.

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