cognitive benefits

Children of Centenarians

A new study led by Boston Medical Center researchers shows that children of centenarians cognitively age better compared to older adults without familial longevity. Previous research has indicated that children of centenarians have markedly reduced rates of heart attack, stroke, cancer, diabetes and hypertension compared to people born around the

reading | Longevity LIVE

With US paediatricians now prescribing reading with children as part of their essential care, Malini Mohana OF PRAESA speaks with local experts about the power of stories to shape children’s social, cognitive and emotional wellbeing. Storytelling is the primal way in which human beings organize and compartmentalize their experiences. We’re