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LSN Saving
For this episode of Lifespan News, Ryan O'Shea talks about a recent study showing how people's thoughts about saving money change when confronted with how long they might actually live. Script Many people retire only to realize that they haven’t saved enough money to be comfortable for the entirety of their post-working. Knowing this, are...
Rejuvenation Roundup November
The giving season is upon us once more! This month, we focus on November's research, industry news, and ways that you can help hasten the defeat of aging. LEAF News End-of-Year 2022 Fundraiser: Lifespan.io is accelerating progress in the longevity field, clarifying misconceptions about aging research, and spreading awareness about the possibilities of rejuvenation biotechnology....
LSN Exercise Cancer
On this episode of Lifespan News, we discuss a new study revealing the effects of exercise on cancer and how rapamycin might actually reduce this benefit. Script Physical activity provides many health benefits, and it can even lower the risk of developing cancer. Now, scientists may have additional evidence of another benefit: Exercise may be...
Lifespan.io Editorial
  There has been plenty going on here at Lifespan.io, so we thought it was time to give you a little update on what's been happening. Meet us at the Longevity Summit 2022 The Longevity Summit 2022 is happening on December 6-7 at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging, and Lifespan.io is an official...
Journal Club
The Journal Club returns at 12:00 Eastern time, November 29th. Dr. Medvedik will be taking a look at the recent paper entitled "Rapamycin treatment during development extends life span and health span of male mice and Daphnia magna". Abstract Development is tightly connected to aging, but whether pharmacologically targeting development can extend life remains unknown....
The Journal Club returns at 12:00 Eastern time, November 29th on our Facebook channel. Dr. Medvedik will be taking a look at the recent paper entitled "Rapamycin treatment during development extends life span and health span of male mice and Daphnia magna"[1]. Abstract Development is tightly connected to aging, but whether pharmacologically targeting development can...