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CD38 inhibitor increases lifespan and fitness in male mice
Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 05-Apr-2022
New anti-ageing approach to ramp up NAD levels and life extensionRead more...
Oral senolytics boosts geroprotective protein in mice and humans
Mayo Clinic - 15-Mar-2022
Dasatinib+Quercetin restores a-klotho protein, which could combat ageing and disease in older peopleRead more...
Mayo Clinic is excited to collaborate with NaNotics for cancer treatment
Business Wire - 04-Jan-2022
Ultra-low toxicity NaNots could have a wide variety of applicationsRead more...
Senolytic drugs improved survival rates in coronavirus-infected mice
SENS Research Foundation - 07-Oct-2021
Boosts immune response by clearing senescent cells; a potential treatment for COVID-19 in humansRead more...
Whole-body senescent cell removal improved brain health in mice
Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 22-Jan-2021
Senolytic drug and cancer drug with quercetin improved age-related cognitionRead more...
New research with senolytics shows promising results
Longevity Technology - 25-Aug-2020
Senolytic research is in its nascent stage but no reason why one shouldn't be hopefulRead more...
Hormone in bone restores memory and ability to exercise in old mice
Guardian - 04-Jul-2020
Exercising regularly increases this hormone and benefits muscle and brainRead more...
Here's why you should consume MUFAs
Mayo Clinic - 28-Apr-2020
Monounsaturated fatty acid lower the risk of heart disease and diabetesRead more...
Comprehensive history and explanation of senescent cells
The Scientist - 01-Mar-2020
Including the latest on clinical trials of first-generation senolyticsRead more...
Senolytics and their impact on anti-ageing
Technology Networks - 19-Sep-2019
Once more confirmed, senolytics reduce senescent cells by that preventing their effect of ageingRead more...
Senolytics - Getting rid of faulty cells in body
Guardian - 02-Sep-2019
Aims to prolong the healthspan as well as the lifespanRead more...
Dog ownership linked to fewer cardiovascular risk factors
U.S. News & World Report - 23-Aug-2019
Man's best friend - a loving companion for mind and heartRead more...
AI can spot past atrial fibrillation even in a normal ECG
BBC - 02-Aug-2019
Warns the doctors about rhythm abnormalities that went undetectedRead more...
Non-pharmacological ways to reduce risk of MCI
Medical News Today - 20-Jul-2019
Does playing computer games at old age have an additive effect on MCI?Read more...
DNA nanorobot can target breast cancer cells for destruction
Phys.org - 05-Jun-2019
Lowering the levels of HER2 slows cancer cell proliferation and triggers cell deathRead more...
Senolytics for IPF human clinical trial results released
Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 07-Jan-2019
Physical improvements recorded, but pulmonary function was unchcangedRead more...
Senescent cells: short safety trial on humans successful
Science Daily - 07-Jan-2019
Next step is to go to an actual large-scale human trialRead more...
Fisetin destroys senescent cells, but safe dosage not determined yet
Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 26-Dec-2018
Includes table of fisetin content in range of fruits and vegetablesRead more...
Fisetin's potential to become the first line senolytic pill
Josh Mitteldorf Blog - 23-Oct-2018
Mice fed with fisetin diets lived much longerRead more...
Senolytics staves off dementia in mice
Guardian - 19-Sep-2018
Killing of senescent (aging) brain cells with an enzyme stopped the progress of dementiaRead more...
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