Tag: Human Lifespan

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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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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