Lifespan News – Reversing Cellular Age in Mice Restores Vision
Multiple groundbreaking efforts are showcased this week.
This week on Lifespan News, Brent Nally discusses the restoration of vision through reversing cellular age, a drug that reverses cognitive decline within days, a gene that links diet and longevity, kidney progenitor cells in urine, and the relationship of epigenetics to Alzheimer’s disease.
Reversing Cellular Age in Mice Restores Vision
Drug Reverses Age-Related Cognitive Decline Within Days
A Key Gene Links Diet and Longevity
Kidney Progenitor Cells Derived from Urine
Epigenetics and memory loss in Alzheimer’s
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