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Health > Aging
The number of people globally aged 65 and over is expected to more than double by 2050 as the world's senior population continues to rocket, a U.S. study said Monday.
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Second-place Monaco conceded a last-gasp equalizer in a 2-2 draw at Caen on Friday, a result that moved runaway leader Paris Saint-Germain even closer to a fourth straight title.
 
Silver Linings Global striving to advance senior care islandwide
Thanks to advancements in technology, human life expectancy has grown from 50 years in the early twentieth century to 80 years today. However, people are not necessarily prepared knowledge-wise for how to manage this extra 30 years of lifespan.
 
Aiming to promote awareness of healthy diets among children, restrictions on junk food advertising and marketing ploys such as toys will come into effect on Jan. 1, according to Food and Drug Administration (FDA, 食藥署) on Thursday.
 
Presidents, prime ministers may age faster and die sooner
Leading a country comes with extraordinary privileges but also, apparently, a price: new research suggests that heads of state age faster than normal and that the stress of the job may shave almost three years off their life expectancy.
 
'Super-agers' study may reveal the secrets to remaining young
Mary Helen Abbott, 77, paints her lips bright pink, still smokes the occasional cigarette, keeps up on all the gossip at the retirement home and wears a short skirt to fitness class.
 
The number of people with dementia worldwide will nearly triple from 47 million today to 132 million in 2050, a report said Tuesday.
 
The occurrence of dementia and Alzheimer's disease may have stabilized in some wealthy nations, according to a study released Friday.
 
3 boys saved by custom 3D-printed airway tube
In a striking example of how 3D printers could customize medical care, doctors turned powdered plastic into tiny devices that saved the lives of three baby boys by holding open defective airways so they could breathe -- and the implants even expanded as the tots grew.
 
Police arrest man over drone landing at Japan PM office
Japanese police arrested a man who admitted to landing a drone with low level radioactive sand on the roof of the prime minister's office to protest the government's nuclear energy policy, officials said Saturday.
 
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