Chronological age isn't necessarily the same as cellular age. A middle-aged person may have a biological age of plus or minus 15 years.
- biological age is a better indicator of future health
- dozens of different aging markers study - including glycan, telomere length and methylation patterns
- different parts of body can age at different rates
- brains of older people who exercise regularly look 10 years younger
- looking older could be a sign of an underlying disease
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Biological Age Blog Posts
Ambrosia Plasma relaunches - announces improvement in key ageing biomarkers
03-Feb-2020 The Club interviews Jesse Karmazin, CEO, to find out more about the trial, the FDA warning, and the relaunch
A clock that tells how ageing brain could be linked to dementia
Science Focus - 29-Oct-2020
Will explain why some brains age faster and make people susceptible to certain diseasesRead more...
Longenesis enables Deep Longevity to develop more ageing clocks with access to more data
Longevity Technology - 23-Oct-2020
Interoperability has always been problematic in healthcare - we really need to crack it for ageing researchRead more...
Longevity.Technology interviews Adam Freund - Calico’s Principal Investigator
Longevity Technology - 02-Sep-2020
Will be presenting a viable therapeutic strategy using IGF signaling at ARDD 2020Read more...