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Swapping antibiotics to slow down bacterial growth and avoid drug resistance
News Medical - 01-Sep-2021
Modulating resistance rates & cross-resistance to improve efficacy of sequential antibiotic therapyRead more...
Castration leads to longer life in male sheep, mediated by low androgens
EurekAlert! - 06-Jul-2021
There may be less men queuing up for this first generation longevity treatment!Read more...
Psychosocial stress levels are linked with hair greying and reversal
Scientific American - 22-Jun-2021
Human hair greying dynamics is associated with biobehavioral factorsRead more...
Klotho protein reversed muscle ageing in old, but not older mice
eLife Sciences - 20-Apr-2021
Potential future treatment strategy to prevent sarcopenia when supplemented at a young ageRead more...
Selenium mimics methionine-restricted diet benefits for longevity
Neuroscience News - 30-Mar-2021
Prevents weight gain and extends healthspan in yeast and mammals without giving up on foodRead more...
Microdosing high can be experienced even without a real drug
New Scientist - 03-Mar-2021
Placebos and microdoses of psychedelic drugs showed similar signs, but need objective evidenceRead more...
Proteins from parasitic worms could be the next anti-ageing therapy
Science Daily - 02-Feb-2021
Helminth parasites may provide protection against inflammation disordersRead more...
Telomere shortening - a new milestone in cancer therapy
Medical News Today - 25-Dec-2020
Shortening telomere length in cancerous cells will prevent them from dividingRead more...
Engineered genes in gut bacteria might help you live longer
Forbes - 23-Dec-2020
Green light activated E.coli genes, extending life in Caenorhabditis elegansRead more...
Highlights from eLife's Aging, Geroscience and Longevity Symposium
eLife Sciences - 17-Dec-2020
Authors covered biological age clocks, senescent cells, longevity genes, and moreRead more...
Study supports link between ageing, telomere length & cancer
New Atlas - 02-Dec-2020
Telomere shortening might be a protective measure to ward off cancers as we ageRead more...
Exercise could boost immune cells to help fight cancers
ScienceAlert - 28-Oct-2020
Metabolites produced during exercise activate cancer-fighting T cells in mouse modelsRead more...
Skin regeneration reactivated in adult mice
Medical Xpress - 29-Sep-2020
New skin was able to produce fur - might eventually become a treatment for baldness, who knowsRead more...
Scientists found a link to balance immunity and longevity
Max Planck Society - 24-Jun-2020
Gene changes in round worm lead an interesting evidence to longevityRead more...
Pace of human biological ageing can now be measured via blood test
Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health - 05-May-2020
Can aid future trials of therapies aiming at preventing diseases and slowing ageingRead more...
Inheritance of damaging mutations decides how long we get to live
GEN News - 10-Apr-2020
With whole exome and genome sequencing we could reveal so many secrets of lifeRead more...
A potential genetic shield against ionizing radiation: Dsup
Fight Aging! - 11-Oct-2019
Picking up genes and proteins from other species to make a superhumanRead more...
Growth factor mimicking synthetic antibodies stimulate tissue regeneration
University of Toronto - 30-Aug-2019
Sounds like a potential solution that can reverse ageing and restore youthRead more...
Retina-on-a-chip model to study eye disease
ScienceDaily - 27-Aug-2019
Will tell us about the new drugs that can cause blindnessRead more...
Pluripotency and telomeres, butterfly effect discovered
ScienceDaily - 20-Aug-2019
Pluripotent cells are like a black box, but they can open new doors for regenerative medicineRead more...
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