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Longevity and aging research books.

Longevity Book Reviews

There are lots of books about aging and longevity, but they are not all equal. Our commitment to responsible journalism means that we will never promote books we have not read and that we will always give an honest review when we do. Education is a big part of our core mission, and we want our readers to be able to make informed decisions before deciding to buy a book or not.

If you are an author writing about aging and rejuvenation and you would like us to consider reviewing your book, please get in touch and make sure to include a full copy of the book.

  • Methuselah’s Zoo, a Look at Animal Longevity

    Methuselah’s Zoo, a Look at Animal Longevity

    To understand human longevity, we need to put it into perspective. Are we relatively long-lived or short-lived creatures? After all, among all the plants and animals in nature, we find […]
  • AI and Longevity Meet in a New Book

    AI and Longevity Meet in a New Book

    Artificial intelligence is the next big thing in medicine, or, using Silicon Valley’s jargon, the next big disruptor. Not a thing of the future, AI is already here, changing our […]
  • The Abolition of Aging – A Book Review

    The Abolition of Aging – A Book Review

    As you might recall, in my review of Ending Aging, I said that the book could have benefited from a more in-depth discussion of the benefits of rejuvenation as well […]
  • Longevity Promotion a Multidisciplinary Perspective

    Longevity Promotion a Multidisciplinary Perspective

    There’s no doubt that Dr. Ilia Stambler’s Longevity promotion: multidisciplinary perspective is a thorough book that all kinds of advocates of healthy longevity may find very useful. The book reads pretty much like a collection of academics papers, […]