Home > Lifestyle > Ageing well > News News All sections in Ageing well » Anti-ageing » Health tips » Non-surgical » Nutrition to stay young » Surgical » Ageing Well News How your body changes after 50 Fifty plus? Here’s a quick guide to possible changes that may start taking place in your body. Sign up for the newsletter » Quiz How long will you live? » Ask DietDoc » Ask CyberDoc » Celebrity ageing Plastic surgery trend on arms Human Ken doll Justin Jedlica wants to be 100% plastic Justin Jedlica has gone under the knife close to 200 times in his bid to look like the Ken doll and his path to perfection is not yet over. Seniors, stay cool this summer Nothing beats spending long summer days outdoors. But if you’re in your golden years, too much heat and sunshine could be dangerous. Getting up improves seniors' physical function According to a study, just the act of standing-up can be a way to improved physical function in older people. A nose job does affect the voice A study from Iran shows that people who went under the knife for nose jobs ended up sounding a bit more nasal. HIV may affect older patients' driving skills A test has determined that older people with HIV may have compromised mental skills that could affect their driving ability. Life expectancy in Gauteng improved The life expectancy of people living in Gauteng has improved, premier Nomvula Mokonyane said on Monday. “ Latest comment on Health24 Luxolo Fihlani says... We are blacks hit us with anything we hv a solution for it, hv u ever heard the herb called umhlonyane it works wonders. Stop kissing everyone on the mouth! ” Sitting less may protect your DNA More time spent on your feet appears to lengthen bits of DNA called telomeres, which might increase your lifespan. Lobsters could hold the key to eternal youth Lobsters might well be delicious served with a little garlic butter, but would you be so willing to chow down on these crustaceans if you knew that they might one day allow humans to live forever? Craig Venter aims to eradicate age-related diseases US scientist Craig Venter has founded a company that will use genomics and stem cell therapies to find treatments to help older adults to stay healthy and functional for longer. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors What's this about vitamin B? Independent studies have proved once again that EPO significantly improves symptoms of atopic eczema JJ & Associates offers gents' health– the first medical practice of its kind Live healthier Hit the road » Advice for the long runner Hill training: how to do it Why running is good for you What to wear when you run You do not need a gym membership to run. All you need is the correct clothing and you're ready to reap the benefits. Carb danger » Why we get fat Why you need to worry about fructose Craving sugar? Blame your brain Carbs make you sick Dr Gary Fettke, who believes that the foods we eat are the leading cause of lifestyle diseases speaks of Carbohydrate Diabetes, not Sugar Diabetes.