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People with regular sleep patterns have a lower risk of death
Live Forever Club - 26-Nov-2023
Interventions aimed at improving sleep regularity could be a valuable strategyRead more...
Eye imaging can track the efficacy of interventions aimed at slowing the aging process
Buck Institute - 28-Mar-2023
Scans to know the eyeAge can provide an actionable evaluation of gero-protective therapeuticsRead more...
ECM proteins help to develop more robust methods for generation of heart cells
University of Wisconsin-Madison - 01-Jul-2022
ECM proteins play significant roles in hPSC adhesion, growth & cardiac differentiationRead more...
Humanoid robot and AI potentially efficient in regenerating retinal cells
Phys.org - 28-Jun-2022
Automated design and execution can increase efficiency and speed of researchRead more...
Senolytics may abate accelerated aging of cancer patients as seen in mice
Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 06-Jun-2022
Radiation-induced damage may lessen by removing senescent cells but senolytics may not reverse the damageRead more...
Buck researchers discover mitochondrial protein that can increase lifespan
Buck Institute - 18-May-2022
In yeast, increasing Tom70 delays ageing related mitochondrial dysfunctionRead more...
Complicated connection between protein shape and mitochondrial health, causing aging
Buck Institute - 07-Sep-2021
The “bad” process of pore opening and the “good” process of UPRmt - connection revealedRead more...
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...
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