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Elderly exercising
Researchers have developed a biological aging clock based on movement data from wearable devices. Using their clock and the same dataset, they identified a few possibly life-prolonging nutrients and drugs [1]. I move, therefore I am Developing reliable biomarkers of aging is crucial for geroscience, since deducing the geroprotective effect of interventions from mortality alone,...
Exercising with data
Humanity has launched a longevity app in the UK that could help you stay healthier for longer and potentially achieve longevity. The HUMANITY app has been launched on the iPhone, and it is due to get an Android version in the near future. This longevity app will be available in the US in September. An...
Researchers at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging have published the results of a longitudinal and functional study of 700 aging mice [1]. The study took several years to complete, with five of the labs at the Buck collaborating. As part of this detailed study, the research team monitored rates of age-related change using...
Keith Comito Longevity Dividend
At the Eurosymposium on Healthy Aging 2020, Lifespan.io president Keith Comito discusses how to take lessons from other fields in generating, storing, and using biomarker data systems in order to provide useful information on aging at both the personal and the population levels. This information is currently not standardized, and this makes it difficult to...
By using a large UK health databank and advanced methods of statistical analysis, scientists have discovered genetic ties between various age-related diseases and proposed several candidate drugs for upstream intervention. Building age-of-onset profiles of diseases The very fact that multitudes of age-related diseases (ARDs) exist alludes to more than just a coincidence. One of the...
HAGR logo
The Human Ageing Genomic Resources (HAGR) is a collection of curated databases and tools designed to help researchers study the genetics of human aging through modern approaches such as functional genomics, network analyses, systems biology and evolutionary analyses. One of the many databases in the HAGR family is CellAge, which contains information about 279 genes...