The Hype vs. the Hope of Antiaging Research At a conference in New York City, experts debated the hope and hype of antiaging research and warned that the market for antiaging products is growing much faster than the science to support them.
Baby Boomers Influence Age-Defying Drugs Baby boomers are now set to revolutionize and revitalize the pharmaceutical industry -- much like they did the diaper industry years ago -- say antiaging experts speaking at a symposium on rejuvenation medicine in New York City.
Prevent Skin Damage Before It Starts To maintain healthy skin and reduce the risk of further damage at midlife, Tina Alster, MD, clinical professor of dermatology at Georgetown University, recommends the following regimen.
Midlife Makeovers More Acceptable, but Still Not for Everyone Few Americans will admit to having cosmetic surgery -- but many say they'd go for it if it were free, safe, and well concealed, according to a telephone/Internet survey for Modern Maturity and My Generation, two publications of the American Association for Retired Persons (AARP).
Erasing the Lines of Time It's an all-too-common sign of age in women -- wrinkles around the mouth. In trying to erase these time lines, women try various facial skin treatments, including laser resurfacing, dermabrasion, and chemical peels, to the tune of 2.7 million procedures in one year alone.
Turning Back the Clock Wouldn't it be great if we could just erase crow's feet, laugh lines, and other wrinkles, just as easily as we can delete a phrase on our computer?