Like ice for a burn or a lozenge for a cough, a cup of hot tea is an age-old balm for sniffles, sneezing and stuffiness.
In the age-old tradition of creative folk, they were just looking for a gig to support their art.
But this is Japan, whose age-old belief in nature is at least evenly matched by an unyielding faith in technology.
Your people will rebuild the ancient ruins and will raise up the age-old foundations; you will be called Repairer of Broken Walls, Restorer of Streets with Dwellings.
About half of all working-age Americans experience chronic back pain at some point. For relief, many people turn to heat therapy, a cheap and age-old home remedy.
And the goal is to answer even more of our age-old questions about the red planet.
Another new development is eroding the age-old stereotype of the male warrior.
As a system that began as the custodial regime for taming lunatics, the age-old social stigmatisation of mental illness also persists.
As much as we hate to admit it, we are still faced with age-old stereotypes and unjust prejudices that need addressing.
At the game time, age-old tricks, which may have lost some of their sting over the years, now have renewed potency, detectives say.