We can stop searching for the fountain of youth. Scotland's oldest woman, Jessie Gallan, has the secret to living forever (or at least until 109, her current age). "My secret to a long life has been staying away from men. They're just more trouble than they're worth," Gallan, who has... More »
Angelina Jolie? More like Bangelina Jolie because she's always bangin'!!! Angelina may be 39-years-old, but she must have drank from the Fountain of Youth, because she's eternally gorge! But Brad Pitt's wife isn't the only celeb who looks a couple decades junior to their actual age! CLICK HERE to view the gallery, "Celebrities Who Look Younger Than They [...]
The Los Angeles Lakers seem to have uncovered a fountain of youth with Kobe Bryant, but the All Star guard’s efforts to keep his body youthful may end up paying dividends for some other team. Kobe has taken greater efforts to maintain...Show More Summary
Many are on a mission to “fix” the problem of aging in California’s Silicon Valley. In fact, one hedge fund manager is offering up $1 million to anyone who can “hack the code of life” and extend human life past 120-years-old. According...Show More Summary
Ah, the quest for eternal life. Is there a more worn-out trope in speculative fiction? You can't toss a rock in a room of sci-fi and fantasy stories without hitting some tale about someone searching for the Fountain of Youth or a secret serum to stave off death. But what... More »
A man looking for the fountain of youth jilted a San Francisco plastic surgeon, fleeing without paying after getting $6,000 worth of beauty enhancements, police said.
These self-tanners smell good and create a genuine glow - SheFinds Hair products to add body to fine-textured curls - Allure Cate Blanchett's DIY scrub might be her fountain of youth - The Cut This at-home hair kit contains 2 hues for...Show More Summary
Is there something in the water keeping bowhead whales, the world's longest-living mammals, alive for over 200 years? As it turns out, the whale's Fountain of Youth powers hail from their genes, not their environment. Researchers atShow More Summary
Human beings have always longed for immortality. Magic potions, fountains of youth and time travelling are just some of the ideas found in fantasy and science fiction. However, the digital world is not lagging far behind. If we want to become immortal we now have another option: when we pass away we can leave our […]
Juan Ponce de Leon searched America for that fable Fountain of Youth. Alas, he never found it. In this millennium, there are scientists seeking out the Fountain of Youth in the form of the stop-aging gene. Through their research, the aging will stop and humans will live on as immortals. Show More Summary
Body oil is so hot right now—take one look at Kim Kardashian’s nude Paper magazine cover for proof—but what does it take to get such a healthy glow? Former… READ ON
Jung has two beautiful children at home and expressed how terribly fast childhood goes by. Keeping yourself curious and recognizing the glory of life is essential to staying vibrant. Check out the answer in her own words above. READ MORE »
The age-old search for the fountain of youth is engagingly appraised in "The Immortalists," a lively documentary focusing on a pair of very different biomedical scientists who are equally obsessed with eradicating the ravages of tim...
"Robert Wells believes he's found a fountain of youth that will prevent him from aging: drinking the urine of young people," says the voice over in this clip from Investigation Discovery's upcoming My Strange Criminal Addiction. But the thing is that h e doesn't look young! He looks like an old urine addict! Read more...
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New Study Explains Why Peaks Buried in Ice Look So Young Images of the ice-covered Gamburtsev Mountains revealed water-filled valleys, as seen by the cluster of vertical lines in this image. (Creyts) Time ravages mountains, as it does people. Sharp features soften, and bodies grow shorter and rounder. But under the right conditions, some mountains…
Scientists have now explained why the ice-covered Gamburtsev Mountains in the middle of Antarctica looks as young as they do.
Time ravages mountains, as it does people. Sharp features soften, and bodies grow shorter and rounder. But under the right conditions, some mountains refuse to age. In a new study, scientists explain why the ice-covered Gamburtsev Mountains in the middle of Antarctica looks as young as they do. read more
Orson Welles’ films require little introduction—classics like Citizen Kane and Touch of Evil have long been part of the canon. Likewise, Welles’ theater and radio shows—whether it’s his innovative Macbeth or wildly popular War of the Worlds—are highly regarded. Show More Summary
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