Tag: Anti-Aging

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Defy Aging and Stay Healthy for 100 Years

Although stories revolving around long life and eternal youth have always been told throughout human history, most of us accept aging as a completely natural process. But if it is possible for some species, such as a certain type of jellyfish, to be biologically “immortal”, why not humans? As our understanding of biological processes improve, scientists have started to take on aging from a whole different viewpoint. The Seven Revolutions in Healthcare That Will Impact Your Life – Part 5 Read Part 4 – mRNA Vaccines Mark a New Era in Medicine How long can we live? Only...

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advances in anti-aging might slow down the biological clock

Advances In Anti-Aging Research: Will 80 Soon Be the New 60?

Most people not only wish to extend their lifespan, but also their “healthspan”, which is the number of years where they feel great and healthy. Ideally, 60 should become the new 40, and 80 the new 60, if not better. Actually, 120 being the new 80 would be nice. And with advances in anti-aging research, this might be the case. Of course, our average lifespans have already increased quite a lot. Two hundred years ago, it was between 30 and 40. Today it has roughly doubled due to a combination of medical progress, better lifestyles, safer environments, and so on. However, even as we now manage...

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When Does Your Brain Start Aging?

Some people think the brain aging starts after 65. The onset of Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of age-related dementia that slowly destroys memory and thinking skills, usually occurs after age 65. However, decades of diligent work on this disorder have not resulted in any effective treatment. Could it be that we diagnose and treat brain aging too late? Do our brains begin to age long before any visible signs can be detected? A recent study found that people in middle age, who have older biological age, can have signs of advanced brain aging, diminished sensory-motor functions,...

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Senolytics showcase link between life extension and therapeutics

A significant part of ongoing anti-aging research has conventional applications in the treatment of gerontological conditions while also opening up potential avenues for life extension. Two entrepreneurs – Lewis Gruber of Siwa Therapeutics and Marc Ramis Castelltort of Senolytic Therapeutics and Rejuversen AG – discuss how their cutting-edge research serves two purposes – to improve health at old age, and to move one step closer to the dream of vastly expanded human longevity. Over the past three to four decades, scientists have refined their understanding of cellular aging processes and...

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Extreme longevity: Why Aubrey de Grey believes we may live to age 1,000

British biogerontologist Aubrey de Grey is the unofficial doyen of the rejuvenation community, and one of the best-known advocates of the idea that vastly increased longevity could be attained in the near future. In an interview with Supertrends, he discussed the current state of the anti-aging industry. At age 57, does Aubrey de Grey believe that he will live to see the fruits of the labors of anti-aging science? “That, of course, is the question I am always asked,” he responds. “The answer is that we don’t really know.” After many years of promoting gerontological research, he has become...

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