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  • New Way to Help Aging Cells Produce Collagen

    New Way to Help Aging Cells Produce Collagen

    Scientists have demonstrated that extracellular vesicles loaded with mRNA coding for collagen production can be easily produced and delivered into aging fibroblasts in vitro and in vivo, boosting collagen levels […]
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  • Brain Aging on a Small, Physical Level

    Brain Aging on a Small, Physical Level

    A new publication in Nature Aging has explained a great deal about aging of the neurovascular system, showing where and how the brain’s blood supply changes […]
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  • Longevity Will Become a Mainstream Part of Drug Development

    Longevity Will Become a Mainstream Part of Drug Development

    Joppe Nieuwenhuis, Innovation Scout at Rejuveron Life Sciences, discusses his views about the future of longevity and rejuvenation research and how it will merge with current medical frameworks and systems. About Rejuveron Rejuveron is a clinical-stage biotechnology company […]
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  • Lifespan News – Mediterranean Diet Against Obesity

    Lifespan News – Mediterranean Diet Against Obesity

    In this episode of Lifespan News, Emmett Short discusses the well-known, longevity-associated Mediterreanean diet and how a variant can promote weight loss. Script The Mediterranean diet, rich in olive oil, vegetables, legumes, fish, and nuts, is widely considered […]
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  • Longevity Investors Lunch at Davos

    Longevity Investors Lunch at Davos

    A Longevity Investors Lunch hosted by Maximon, Longevity Investors Conference, and Biolytica has been hosted at a satellite event of the well-known […]
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Interviews
  • Eric Verdin on the Buck, Nutrition, and Ketosis

    Eric Verdin on the Buck, Nutrition, and Ketosis

    Six years ago, Dr. Eric Verdin, already a highly acclaimed veteran geroscientist, was catapulted to the forefront of the field when he agreed to lead the Buck Institute for Research on Aging […]
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Interviews
  • Emma Teeling on What We Can Learn from Bats

    Emma Teeling on What We Can Learn from Bats

    Emma Teeling is a professor at University College of Dublin, and her research focuses on bats. In this interview, Emma explains why many bats, despite having tiny body sizes and leading very metabolically demanding lifestyles, are […]
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Interviews
  • Dr. Matt Kaeberlein on WormBot and the Dog Aging Project

    Dr. Matt Kaeberlein on WormBot and the Dog Aging Project

    Dr. Matt Kaeberlein is a heavy hitter in the longevity field. While his name has become associated with the Dog Aging Project that he started a few years ago, his research interests span much wider. Besides an update on the […]

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  • Low Glycemic Index Diets

    Low Glycemic Index Diets

    The glycemic index was developed in 1980 by a group of researchers at the Food and Nutrition Science Department at the University […]
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  • Vitamin K2 Affects Bone, Arteries, Immunity, and the Gut

    Vitamin K2 Affects Bone, Arteries, Immunity, and the Gut

    Vitamin K is not a single vitamin but a family of fat-soluble vitamins with a common core structure [1]. Members of this family can be divided into two groups: phylloquinone (Vitamin K1) and menaquinones (Vitamin K2). The entire family assists […]
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  • Healthy Habits to Lose Weight More Quickly

    Healthy Habits to Lose Weight More Quickly

    Maintaining a healthy weight is important for health, especially with advancing age. Here are some ways to improve your chances of losing weight and not regaining it over time. Losing weight sounds easy, but the reality often […]
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  • Butyrate’s Myriad Effects on the Gut and Overall Health

    Butyrate’s Myriad Effects on the Gut and Overall Health

    In this article we take a look at butyrate, a four-carbon short-chain fatty acid (SCFA), which plays an important role in health and perhaps even the aging process. It is a naturally occurring product of the microbial fermentation of dietary […]
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  • The Relationship Between ApoE and Alzheimer’s

    The Relationship Between ApoE and Alzheimer’s

    Alzheimer’s disease is the most typical form of dementia. It is a progressive disease that begins with mild memory loss, leads to profound cognitive deficits, and ends with death. 10% to 14% of adults over 65 have some form […]
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  • Haemopoiesis: How Blood Is Created

    Haemopoiesis: How Blood Is Created

    It may seem obvious, but blood is made from many things. Blood plasma, for instance, is mostly made of water, carrying proteins and cells along with various chemicals diluted within the plasma or bound to proteins. […]
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  • Blood Glucose Is a Biomarker of Aging

    Blood Glucose Is a Biomarker of Aging

    Glucose is the second most influential biomarker on the rate of aging, according to Aging.ai’s age prediction platform. Glucose control is vital to human health, and […]
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  • What Alkaline Phosphatase Is and Does

    What Alkaline Phosphatase Is and Does

    The primary function of phosphatases is to remove phosphate groups from proteins, changing how they function and relate to other proteins and providing a […]

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