By Ilia Stambler Following the tradition set in 2013, on or around October 1 (“The UN International Day of Older Persons”) longevity research activists from around the world organize events and promotions as a part of the “Longevity Day” Campaign....
author Paul A. Spiegel Humanity stands on the brink of the Age of Longevity. Advances in science hold the promise of extending the healthy lifespan beyond the roughly 120 years presently accepted as the “natural” limit’, achieving radical life extension...
Senolytics are a relatively new class of drugs that focuses on the removal of senescent cells.
We still need a Plan B to try to keep people alive, and that is cryopreservation for those unlucky to die before we can cure aging.
Interventions into the degenerative aging process are still only in their infancy.
I take about a dozen different pills for longevity. There is some evidence behind each of them, but what we really don’t know is how they interact.
It looks like despite short stays, and very attentive medical care, astronauts age at a drastically accelerated pace… not just in one or two ways but across a broad spectrum of symptoms.
Daily Carnosine and Anserine Supplementation Alters Verbal Episodic Memory and Resting State Network Connectivity in Healthy Elderly Adults
Carnosine/anserine supplementation in healthy older adults led to improved performance on a verbal episodic memory task and decreased functional connectivity in PCC and RFPN networks.
Ten years ago, a team lead by Irina Conboy at the University of California at Berkeley showed something remarkable: if you take old cells and put them in a young environment, you effectively rejuvenate them.
There is no physical necessity for aging. Analogies to wearing out and to chemical corrosion are flawed and misguided.