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Live Forever Club

How to live long enough to live forever

Longevity, life extension, biological immortality, rejuvenation, living forever... whatever you want to call it, you're in the right place.

The Live Forever Club collates news articles, useful resources and lots of practical tips about living longer, healthier lives. All of the information is available to everyone - part of the club's philosophy of equality in longevity - with members getting unlimited access and some extra features (free and paid options available).

Explore what's going on in the longevity industry with over 4,000 news articles, over 11,000 resources (companies, people, products) and over 100 blog posts.

NO NONSENSE POLICY! The club tracks down the latest scientific research on the causes of ageing and effects on life expectancy, and also keeps you abreast of the wider impacts of life extension and the consequences for society when it arrives. We do our best to only include evidence-based approaches to longevity and wellness - no clickbait articles from us.

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Explore the different areas of the site for news, resources and information a a wide variety of longevity topics:

Medical Technology - track the rapid advances in medicine and healthcare

Health - avoid the big killers to buy time until medical technology catches up

Augmentation - enhance your body with improved muscles, vision and direct brain interfacing

Life Extension - slow aging and rejuvenate your body with new cells and organs

Survival - even when biologically immortal you've still got to avoid dying from accidents or natural disasters

How To Live Forever - covers topics that will help you make lifestyle choices to improve your chances of living long enough to live forever


You find find related news on every page, but here are a few of our favourites:

  • Intermittent fasting could lead to increased heart disease mortality – a small study, so may not stand the test of time, but a good reminder that any intervention (drugs, supplements or lifestyle) may have long-term adverse effects as well as short-term gains.
  • University of Pittsburgh scientists have analysed the metabolome of 196 older adults and found 25 metabolites can be used as a new biological age clock. As some of the metabolites a linked to specific diseases it could act as a general health review too.
  • An NHS hospital tested an artificial intelligence (AI) tool called Mia to improve detection of early-stage breast cancer. It identified very small signs of cancer that had been overlooked by human doctors.

Have you signed the Dublin Longevity Declaration? Many world-leading scientists already have and are hoping to expand research on extending healthy human lifespans:

Recent News

Hevolution Foundation Announces Geroscience Research Opportunities (HF-GRO) Funding

Live Forever Club - 14-Apr-2024

Up to $2.5m per project to contribute to cutting-edge research in the field of ageing biology and geroscience


Body's repair system falters with age as stem cells lose their regenerative power

Live Forever Club - 12-Apr-2024

Machine learning reveals widespread decline in stem cell potency with age


Silicon Valley startup aims to extend human lifespan with mitochondrial transplants

Live Forever Club - 12-Apr-2024

Research aims to extend lifespan and unlock new levels of human health


NeuroSense raises $4.5M and partners with Lonza to combat neurodegenerative diseases

Longevity Technology - 12-Apr-2024

Funding fuels R&D, and collaboration focus on improving diagnosis and treatment options


Latest Resources

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Biotechnology company

NeuroSense Therapeutics

Clinical stage biotech company advancing therapy for ALS and neurodegenerative diseases

Allessandra DiCorato

Science writer at The Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard

Welsh Ambulance

National ambulance service for Wales

Oliver Slow

BBC Journalist

Derek Lowe

Director in Chemical Biology Therapeutics at Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research (NIBR)

Latest Blog Posts

Measuring the hallmarks of ageing – how can you track the underlying causes of ageing?

Measuring the hallmarks of ageing – how can you track the underlying causes of ageing?

What consumer tests are available to check your hallmarks of ageing and how they're impacting your body?

Supplementing to Survive

Supplementing to Survive

Many biomarkers decline with age, but can you supplement to compensate and recover your health?

Meet the Omes

Meet the Omes

The biology of ageing looks at way more than just the genome and microbiome - here's 20 to start with!

Exponential growth in ageing research

Exponential growth in ageing research

How the observation and understanding of smaller and smaller biological units has improved ageing research and medicine