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Step one of living forever is staying healthy so this section covers key health topics and the latest research into common conditions and new therapeutic developments. Of particular interest are medical advances that reduce mortality rates – i.e. improving your chances of living long enough to live forever without you having to lift a finger!

Big Killers

There are a handful diseases that cause most deaths in the western world (i.e. where we don’t have to worry so much about poverty, famine or natural disasters). So, anything you can do to prevent these will greatly improve your chance of living forever.

Read more about: Antibiotic Resistance, Big Pharma, Cancer, Diabetes, Heart Disease, Mental Health, Musculoskeletal, Respiratory Disease, Stroke.


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Health Effects Institute (HEI)

Nonprofit company specialized in research on the health effects of air pollution

Precision Medicines

Company that develops novel targeted medicines with companion biomarkers for cancer patients

Care-Giving in Dementia: Volume 1: Research and Applications


Book with neurobiological information about dementia written by Gemma M. M. Jones


Company focused on pioneering new treatments for chronic eye diseases

Neurobiology of Alzheimer’s disease


Book that covers all major aspects of the disease from basic science to clinical diagnosis and therapy edited by David Dawbarn

Woebot Health

The world’s first mental health ally for people and businesses, with scalable, meaningfully engaging AI

Fireside Chat with FDA Commissioner Robert Califf on Healthy Longevity


Inaugural session of Kitalys Institute's Targeting Healthy Longevity 2023 virtual conference, 03-May-23 (FREE)

Approaches to Discourse in Dementia


A conversation analytic approach in dementia written by Jackie Guendouzi

Your Heart: An Owner’s Guide


Guide that makes crucial, potentially life-saving information about the heart easily accessible written by John A. Elefteriades

The Dementias 2: Blue Books of Neurology Series


Provides rapid access to practical, clinical guidance on the diagnosis and treatment of all forms of dementia edited by John H. Growdon

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Health Blog Posts

Exponential Increase in Mortality and Diseases

Exponential Increase in Mortality and Diseases

The data and science behind the exponential growth in mortality with age

Can love defeat death?

Can love defeat death?

Health and life expectancy are affected by love, sex and marriage

New cancer therapies in 2022 achieving unprecedented remissions - reviewing a year of hope

New cancer therapies in 2022 achieving unprecedented remissions - reviewing a year of hope

Including gene editing, immunotherapy, modified viruses, vaccines, personalised medicine, and nanotechnology

Being a bit of a Grinch may help you live longer

Being a bit of a Grinch may help you live longer

Heart attack cases peak on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day

Mitochondria, Autophagy and Neurodegenerative diseases: A perspective

Mitochondria, Autophagy and Neurodegenerative diseases: A perspective

Review paper from University of Helsinki looks at the role of mitophagy in ageing

Recent News

Europe's air pollution crisis: Almost everyone is breathing toxic air

The Guardian - 20-Sep-2023

98% of Europeans live in areas with dangerous levels of air pollution


Transplanting patients' own cells holds promise in repairing damaged lungs

Independent - 11-Sep-2023

Small clinical trial shows treatment can improve breathing and quality of life


ProMIS secures $20.4M to accelerate Alzheimer's antibody development

Longevity Technology - 11-Sep-2023

Lead antibody shows promising preclinical data & is set for clinical development


Managing metabolic syndrome could help protect against dementia

Oxford Population Health - 07-Sep-2023

Metabolic syndrome increased the risk of developing dementia by 12%


Phase I trial shows early promise in clearing senescent cells in Alzheimer's

Wake Forest Baptist Health - 07-Sep-2023

The treatment was well-tolerated with no significant changes in brain function

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