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August 04, 2020
This episode of Lifespan News features Brent Nally discussing how hair regrowth technology could help with hearing loss, super-agers' resistance to tau and amyloid accumulation, and topics that we have covered here on, including epigenetic clocks, blood factors, and Science to Save the World.
August 04, 2020
As part of our ongoing advocacy for aging research and reaching new audiences, LEAF president Keith Comito has appeared on Generation Bold Radio, which is hosted by Adriane Berg. One focus of the show, among other topics, is on the popular concept of healthy aging. Of course our regular readers know that healthy aging is...
August 03, 2020
This is our last monthly roundup before Ending Age-Related Diseases 2020, our first fully online conference, and plenty of rejuvenation research has been conducted this month. Let's take a look at what's happened in July. LEAF News Ending Age-Related Diseases 2020 July Update: Our annual conference, Ending Age-Related Diseases: Investment Prospects & Advances in Research,...
July 31, 2020
On this episode of Journal Club, Dr. Oliver Medvedik presents a study from the Conboy research laboratory in which aged blood factors are diluted in the blood plasma of old mice using saline and albumin, which provides rejuvenative effects in brain, liver, and muscle tissues
July 28, 2020
In this episode of Lifespan News, Brent Nally discusses David Sinclair at Khan Academy, a balancing act between immunity and longevity, a longevity benefit of eating plant proteins, LEAF's interview with Alexander Fedintsev, the decline of the global fertility rate, and other age-related topics. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});
July 23, 2020
This time on Science to Save the World,'s general science show, we discuss the small fluctuations that precede earthquakes, how advances in AI technology are allowing for predictive models that use these fluctuations, and how you can help in detecting earthquakes before they occur.