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Category: Lifespan News

LSN longevity pharmacology
March 02, 2021
This week on Lifespan News, Brent Nally discusses longevity pharmacology, atrophy of the circadian clock, SIRT3 and lung fibrosis, research that suggests that we should look beyond biology to slow aging, and our Science to Save the World episode on ancestral memories. Further Reading Longevity Pharmacology Comes of Age Atrophy of the Neuronal Circadian Clock...
X10 aging is a mess
February 23, 2021
This week on Lifespan News, Brent Nally discusses intertwined hallmarks, male and female gut microbiomes, replacing aged tissues, an ethics code for longevity journalism, and the NIH's efforts to fund initiatives against aging. Further Reading The Intertwined Nature of NAD+, CD38, and Senescence Male and Female Gut Microbiomes Converge With Age Replacing Aging With Jean...
Lifespan News on gut worms
February 16, 2021
This week on Lifespan News, Brent Nally discusses how helminths might be used to fight inflammaging, the effects of NAD+ on mitochondria and amyloids, senescent cells in the aging retina, Longevity Therapeutics 2021, and our Science to Save the World episode on cooling the planet. Further Reading Parasitic Worm Infestation for Longevity Increasing NAD+ Reduces...
Lifespan News on depression and brain aging
February 09, 2021
This week on Lifespan News, Brent Nally discusses the relationship between major depressive disorder and brain aging, stem cell neurons for Parkinson's disease, the utility of contacting Congress, a database for aging in mice, and Salk scientists receiving $1.2 million to study aging of the brain. Further Reading Major Depressive Disorder Causes Brain Aging Neurons...
man with gray hair
February 02, 2021
This week on Lifespan News, Brent Nally discusses one of the most common problems associated with aging: gray hair. Other topics include rapamycin not being a caloric restriction mimetic while glucosamine may be one, along with senolytics' effects on age-related cognitive decline and artificial intelligence in longevity medicine. Further Reading Causes and Solutions for Gray...
LifeXtenShow's Youtube image on light and cancer cells
January 26, 2021
This week on Lifespan News, Brent Nally discusses the idea of using phototherapy to kill cancer cells, AI for senolytics, AKG and age-related fertility decline, genetics and hearing loss, and the relationship between COVID-19 and telomeres. Further Reading Chemotherapy with light AI Identifies Senescent Cells and Tests New Drugs Alpha-Ketoglutarate Delays Age‐Related Fertility Decline A...