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Members of the Global Future Council on Healthy Ageing and Longevity share ideas on how technology will enable people to live healthier, more fulfilling lives at all ages.
In truth, they’re really nothing fancy.
Inside the “out there” quest for a drug that would help doctors save lives before it’s too late.
Fortunately, many of the recommendations from longevity experts tend to be easy to follow—and their findings on the beverages are no exception. Here's what the longest-living people in the world…
Studying people who live well beyond the age of 100 could reveal the secret to living longer, healthier lives. But the statistics tell another story.
Dr Peter Attia is an expert on longevity and preventative medicine. He explains how sleep, weight training and other incremental changes can make us much more resilient
«but experiments on animals suggest it may enhance a biological process that slows with age known as autophagy, or cellular recycling»
An expert on aging thinks humans could live to be 1,000 years old—with a few tweaks to our genetic “software”
New Harvard-led study says good sleep hygiene can add years to your life.
Aging is a major risk factor for many chronic diseases. Figuring out what influences longevity and how to identify rapid agers could lead to healthier and longer lives for more people.
A statistical analysis of chemical tags on DNA may help unify disparate theories of aging.
The members of Longevity House are united by two things: a willingness to hand over $100,000 and a burning desire to live forever
Increases in transcriptional elongation speed with age affect organismal lifespan and ageing-related changes could be reversed with lifespan-extending interventions.
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