Research has demonstrated how when it comes to aging, attitude can make all the difference.
It’s possible certain stereotypes associated with growing older—such as the fragility, the absent-mindedness and the nonexistent sex-life—are only present if you allow them to be.
Nearly half of Americans usually make New Year’s resolutions, but less than eight per cent actually follow through on their pledges, the Journal of Clinical Psychology reported last year.
And although New Year’s Day already passed, it’s never too late to set personal goals, and one great way to start 2013 is by eating healthier.
Learning another language has long been held by mental health experts as beneficial to one’s memory, verbal and non-verbal communications, as well as math skills.
But a new study suggests that bilingualism is especially valuable for seniors.