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Tag: Hallmarks of Aging

X10 Hallmarks Critique
On this special episode of X10, LifeXtenShow and the Sheekey Science Show collaborate to explain a recent critique of the Hallmarks of Aging, which holds that it lacks explanatory power and has unspoken assumptions. Script The hallmarks of aging have played a central role in guiding and contextualizing longevity research since they were first proposed...
The Hallmarks of aging are the nine proposed reasons we age.
The hallmarks of aging, as presented in a 2013 paper [1], have been useful but do not provide a genuine explanatory paradigm, argue David Gems of University College London and João Pedro de Magalhães of the University of Liverpool in a pre-print paper [2]. They propose that biogerontology would benefit from replacing the hallmarks with...
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Guillaume Bermond is a French entrepreneur and founder of Elevant, an American health and wellness brand that develops cellular health solutions with leading scientists. Dr. Alessia Grozio is Elevant’s Chief Scientific Officer and a recognized leader in the field of NAD+ metabolism and aging. Elevant launched its first product, Prime, in January 2021. Prime is...
Elderly couple
A professor at the University of Southern California has proposed that longevity researchers expand their toolkit to include social hallmarks of aging [1]. This paper is one of a trio that offer a fresh perspective on geroscience by trying to integrate findings from a biological approach into the complex dynamics of humans as social animals....
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A bold feature article published in Drug Discovery Today illustrates the coming of age of longevity pharmacology. Dr. João Pedro de Magalhães, one of the biggest names in longevity research, outlined some of the great strides taken in the last two decades, as various discoveries have been made in the biology of aging. Lifespan has...
Complicated machinery
Aging is a multifactorial and complex process; indeed, it is probably the most complex disorder known. It is made up of a combination of dozens of malfunctions locked together in an accelerating spiral of decline. Despite this undeniable complexity, which is captured to some extent by grouping the many age-related dysfunctions into nine categories often...