Starve Yourself to Live Longer?
Study Shows It May Be Possible, but Many Doctors Question Results
There She Is, Ms. Golden America
Women in Their 50s and 60s Compete in a Beauty Pageant
Seniors Study Seniors: More Undergrads Major in Old Age
With U.S. Population Aging, Colleges Train Students for Careers With the Elderly
Retirees Create Alternative Communities
More Elderly Americans Are Drawn to Communities That Reflect Their Particular Interests
Crowded ERs Affect Older Adults Most
A Few Handy Tips Can Help You Get the Best Care
Want To Ditch Those Reading Glasses?
Age-Related Vision Loss Affects Almost Everyone Over 50
Doctors Answers Questions About Eye Surgery
Answers to Your Questions About Eye Surgery for Presbyopia
Ask a Doctor: Is Eye Surgery Right For Me?
E-mail Dr. Barrie Soloway With Your Questions
Long Retirement, Meet Price Tag
How to Keep the Income Incoming
Will There Be Enough Care for the Elderly?
The Elderly-Care Industry Battles Personnel Shortages While Bracing for Influx of Aging Boomers
Modern-Day Search for the Fountain of Youth
Are Some 'Advances' Modern Snake Oil When It Comes to Living Longer?
Learning a Foreign Language Can Help You Live Longer
Author of "Healthy Living" Also Recommends Smart Food Choices and Exercise
'Protective Gene' May Help Some Live to 100
Study Shows Centenarians Lack Gene Linked to Heart Disease, Alzheimer's
Poll: Will You Live Longer and Better?
Most Wish for a Long Life, Despite Broad Aging Concerns
Positive Thinking the Key to a Longer Life?
Convent Archives Provide Striking Link Between Outlook and Life Expectancy
Getting Air Travel Ready for the Baby Boom Generation
Boeing Designing Aircraft With Older Passengers in Mind
Does Being Religious Help You Live Longer?
Seventh Day Adventist Church Has Several 'Super Seniors'
Study: Older Runners Getting Faster
Research Shows Older Runners Are Narrowing the Time Gap
Drug Overuse and Underuse Very Common in Seniors
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The more drugs an older patient is prescribed, the more likely the patient is to be taking an...
Testosterone Can't Turn Back the Clock
Study: Sex Hormone Replacements Don't Ward Off Aging
Drug Can Clear Cloudy Vision
New Lucentis Drug Improves Eyesight but Doesn't Come Cheap
Is U.S Troop Surge Working in Iraq?
Iraqis say they do not feel safe when going about their daily activities.
Iran Stalls British Sailor Release
After promising to release one British female detainee, Iran is balking.
Controversial, Cute Bear Delights Crowds
A white polar bear cub, whose fate has created controversy, makes public debut.
Where Things Stand: Northern Iraq
Terry McCarthy tours the only part of Iraq where security is not an issue.
The Umbrella Gets an Extreme Makeover
Dutch company boasts an aerodynamic, ultimate umbrella.
Violence on the Rise in Afghanistan
Suicide bomb attacks have increased fivefold over the last few months.
Where To Park? Not in Baghdad
Baghdad bans parking, but how will 3 tow trucks enforce new rule?
Pakistan Kite Festival Deaths
Annual kite festival in Pakistan marred by at least 11 deaths.
Vandals Attack Gaudi's Dragon
Vandals attack Barcelona's famous dragon sculpture by Antoni Gaudi.
Russian Baby Abuse Probe
Prosecutors investigate whether babies were gagged at a hospital to keep quiet.
South Pacific Island Murder Trial
A man is on trial for the first murder on Norfolk Island in 150 years.
Congress Stormed in Ecuador
Supporters of President Correa storm congress, suspending debate on reform.
A National Guard Mother's Worry
Mom fears her daughter, son-in-law both will be in Iraq. Who'll watch the kids?
Israelis Seen Abusing Caged Palestinians
Jewish settlers harass a Palestinian family in the heart of Hebron.
Vietnam to Officially Join WTO
Vietnam is preparing to become the World Trade Organization's 150th member.
Final Welsh Gold Mine Closing
Welsh gold mine is closing because miners cannot find any more nuggets of gold.
Hussein's Rise and Fall
Once a friend to the U.S., the Iraqi dictator became an enemy to many.
China Faces Aging Crisis
China faces a crisis in caring for its old people unless state funds increase.
Man Goes Mad in Jordanian Parliament
A member of Jordanian parliament is restrained after a fight.
Situation in Darfur Grows More Dire
Sudanese government refuses to admit 20,000 U.N. peacekeepers.
Fiji Swears in Temporary PM
The ruling military government in Fiji has sworn in a caretaker prime minister.
Thailand Buries Tsunami Dead
The last 125 unidentified victims of the Thailand tsunami have been buried.
Ex-Spy Investigation Continues
A friend of the late ex-Russian spy has been tested for radiation poisoning.
Slain Lebanese Minister Laid to Rest
Thousands attend funeral, while others protest against Syria.
World Dominos Record Falls
4,079,381 dominos fell in the Netherlands to beat the World record.
A Way to Make a Better Toilet
Exhibit in Bangkok features the latest and greatest toilets.
Great Apes Rescued From Great Fire
Rescuers save orangutans from wildfires in the jungles of Borneo.
92-Year-Old Sprinter Eyes World Record
Jim Hammond wants to break the 100-meter seniors world record.
Long Life for Calorie-Burning Seniors
Study shows that everyday exercise helps seniors lower their risk of death.
Dr. Tim: Rx Advice
When should an elderly patient seek advice to stop taking a prescription?