Three approaches with a reputation for slowing aging processes have proven largely ineffective. For their study, researchers developed a new method to measure aging, which accounts for the complexity of aging in organisms.
A new study by Herbert Wertheim School of Public Health and Human Longevity Science researchers suggests that epigenetic age acceleration is associated with lower odds of living to be 90 years old and also being physically mobile and having intact mental function.
Bigger brains have led some species of parrot to live surprisingly long lives, new research shows
Having greater amounts of the peptide humanin is closely correlated with longer lives and better health in both animals and humans, including lower risk for Alzheimer’s.
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