Home > Lifestyle > Ageing well > Non-surgical Non-surgical All sections in Ageing well » Anti-ageing » Health tips » Non-surgical » Nutrition to stay young » Surgical » Ageing Well News 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. Sign up for the newsletter » Quiz How long will you live? » Ask DietDoc » Ask CyberDoc » Celebrity ageing Plastic surgery trend on arms 'Sudden acne attack at age 24' This user is suddenly experiencing acne for the first time at the age of 24. What could it be? Botox, fillers and needles Needles have become widely used in a variety of applications from Botox – the most commonly requested procedure of all – to injectable fillers, skin needling and mesotherapy. Peel back the time There are so many peels and related intense exfoliating treatments out there with such a bewildering array of complicated names that it’s easy to become intimidated. Natural anti-cellulite approaches Death, taxes and cellulite… the great equalisers. Cellulite does not discriminate, most women of all ages and sizes have at least a few embarrassing orange-peel patches of skin. Mesotherapy: cellulite solution? Considering mesotherapy to get rid of the unsightly dimples on your bottom? Before you book a treatment, read this first. A - Z of laser therapy The latest wave of dermatological lasers, lights and energy devices promises effective fixes for almost every imperfection from wrinkles to cellulite. “ Latest comment on Health24 pb1711 says... ....and the tooth fairy while they're at it. Porn actors must wear condoms, court rules ” Laser skin resurfacing A new generation of treatments would not look out of place on an episode of Star Trek, but the experts warn that you should be very careful... Botox basics It’s become the short-hand term for non-surgical anti-ageing interventions. Just what is this toxin, Botox, that so many are turning to? Cellulite, water intake linked Cellulite might not be a fat problem, but a problem of insufficient water intake. Read DietDoc's comments on this interesting theory. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Uncontrolled periodontal disease and diabetes – a collective health risk? Exam stress – a challenge for the whole family Eduloan offers affordable education finance Live healthier Medical bills » GP and money Cut medical bills Medical savings account Medical scheme: what is a self-payment gap? Have you exhausted your day-to-day benefits and moved into your self-payment gap? Here's what it means. Allergy alert » Allergy myths Cold or allergy? Children and allergies Allergy facts vs. fiction Some of the greatest allergy myths and misconceptions can actually be damaging to your health.