Butterfly Peas Do More than Look and Taste Good
A form of clinging ivy, Clitoria, or as it more commonly known in Thailand where it grows in the north as An-chan in Thai, or the Blue Pea or Butterfly Pea, because of its pretty blue flowers.
Research into anti-ageing medicines and supplements has taken great strides and may be close to showing evidence of being able to add years to the human lifespan
Physical activity can slow the progress of cognitive impairment
Awareness of and treatment for depression have greatly improved in Thailand; be sensitive to the warning signs in yourself and others
As the number of centenarians increases, research shows us more and more ways to join them
In our sixth instalment on longevity, we look at WHO recommendations on what to eat to extend our years and improve our quality of life
Top hospitals in Asia