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Ageing (British and Australian English) or aging (American and Canadian English) is the accumulation of changes in an organism or object over time. Ageing in humans refers to a multidimensional process of physical, psychological, and social change. Read More

Headlines Around the Web

Eurozone banks: peripheral division

Jan 09 - Financial Times

Supermarkets have a lot of front

Jan 08 - Financial Times

PMI raises worries over French economy

Jan 03 - Financial Times

Sukthankar elevated as deputy MD of HDFC Bank

Dec 26 - The Times of India

Under radar strategy works for activists

Dec 24 - Financial Times

Sluggish economy hits loans

Dec 22 - The Times of India

Articles About Aging

Transfer News: Manchester United Legend Moves to Loftus Road

By IBTimes AU

Manchester United living legend and defender Rio Ferdinand made a recent move to Loftus Road, joining Premier League returnees Queens Park Rangers on a free-transfer. (Jul 18)


Roger Federer of Switzerland acknowledges spectators after winning his men's singles match against Diego Sebastian Schwartzman of Argentina at the French Open tennis tournament at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris May 28, 2014.    REUTERS/Jean-Paul
Roger Federer ‘Skypes’ with Tiger Woods’ GF Lindsey Vonn, Challenges Her to Play Tennis at a Glacier Mountain

By IBTimes AU

In a video shared by popular Swiss chocolate manufacturer Lindt, 17-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer makes a Skype video call to American World Cup alpine ski racer Lindsey Vonn. (Jul 17)


Molecular Genetics Technical Specialist Jaime Wendt (R) and Mike Tschannen work in the Human and Molecular Genetics Center Sequencing Core at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee May 9, 2014.
Science Explores Flatulence, Fart Smell: 5 Things to Know

By IBTimes AU

So what’s in a fart that made researchers claim sniffing the smell is good for the health? Science has been toying with the theory that sniffing fart could be helpful in the treatment and prevention of certain illnesses. (Jul 16)


File photo of Ferrari Formula One Driver Michael Schumacher of Germany Celebrates After Taking the Pole Position at the End of the Qualifying Session for the Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix at the Sakhir Racetrack in Manama
Corinna Schumacher’s First Public Appearance Reckoned ‘Inappropriate’ Given Her Husband’s Current State of Health

By IBTimes AU

Michael Schumacher’s wife Corinna’s recent and first public appearance has drawn criticism after pictures of her laughing and smiling were caught by the prying eyes of some people. (Jul 15)

Actress and model Kate Upton poses for photographers as she arrives for the UK Gala screening of The Other Woman in London
Kate Upton Open to Shoot a Spread for Playboy

By IBTimes AU

Sports Illustrated model Kate Upton is open to the idea of posing for a spread for Playboy magazine. (Jul 15)


Older Americans Feel More Attractive and Confident About Themselves- Survey

By IBTimes AU

Everybody frets about wrinkles and the other ageing signs on their face, but the recent Gallup Polls reveal that older Americans feel much more attractive and confident about their appearance. Gallup surveyed over 85,000 adults. (Jul 12)

Jeremy Lin Traded to the Los Angeles Lakers

By IBTimes AU

NBA TRADE - Thanks to LeBron James finally making and announcing his decision, the free agency dominos are starting to fall. The first major move is Jeremy Lin being traded by the Houston Rockets to the Los Angeles Lakers. (Jul 12)


Viral Video of Kate Winslet Cheering for Roger Federer Making Rounds Online; English Actress Opens Up How Aging Makes Her More Confident

By IBTimes AU

A three-second video clip that shows Kate Winslet cheering for Roger Federer during the 2014 Wimbledon Championships is making rounds online. (Jul 11)


Castaneda, chef and owner of La Guayaba Verde restaurant grabs an egg as he prepares dishes at the restaurant's kitchen in Caracas
Rotten Eggs, Flatulence Hold Cure for Stroke, Diabetes, Dementia

By IBTimes AU

Rotten Eggs and flatulence have hydrogen sulfide, which when used in the right dosage, can help in the treatment and cure of diabetes, arthritis, heart failure, dementia and aging, says scientists at the University of Exeter. (Jul 11)


Karen Giral, 20, works at her booth selling Avon products at a Grameen America open house at St. John's University in New York April 18, 2009. Originally begun in Bangladesh, the nonprofit microfinance organization has 600 borrowers in Queens, all wo
Birth Control Pills Makes Eggs Old Looking, But They Don't Affect a Woman's Fertility

By IBTimes AU

According to a new study taking birth control pills may make an egg look old when assessed by two specific tests of fertility. (Jul 09)