Fountains of Youth
Here is a round up of the current contenders for slowing or reducing aging. As research continues, and if/when they make real advancements in human trials (or at least human cells) I'll split them into their own pages with more analysis.
Diabetics who are on metformin actually seem to be living longer than nondiabetics who are not on it - Bill Gifford
Non-sanctioned therapy used by athritis sufferers.
The Therapeutic use of Radon: A Biomedical Treatment in Europe; An “Alternative” Remedy in the United States - National Center for Biotechnology Information - 23-Sep-2006
Discusses the decision-making process involved in using radon, and compare the Montana radon health mine facilities with selected radon mines and spas in Europe.
Rapamycin (aka sirolimus)
A chemical produced by bacteria that has been shown to have immunosuppressive and antiproliferative properties. It is currently used in the prevention of transplant rejection and as a coronary stent coating, and is also being tested for certain cancers.
From cryonic baths to ozone saunas, to the search of magic pillWired - 10-Sep-2019
In 2018 consumers spent $43 billion on anti-ageing products according to Orbis analysisRead more...
Reversing epigenetic changes rejuvenated mice with progeriaMIT Technology Review - 08-Aug-2019
Could turning back the clock on genes make us live much longer?Read more...
France to stop funding homeopathic care from 2021Guardian - 10-Jul-2019
If only they’d spent the £114m last year on ageing research insteadRead more...