Carla Heyworth

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Carla is sub editor at Longevity.Technology and she's the glue that keeps the team on track and the articles rolling-out. She has an extensive background in B2B communications, events and marketing. Carla's a visual person and can often be found behind a camera or editing photos
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Peptide molecule causes cancer cells to self destruct

New breakthrough by a team led by eminent oncologist Loren Walensky brings new hope for future cancer treatments – and Longevity.  Everyone needs a way...

WHO portal brings aging data together

We live in a world driven by data and the World Health Organization (WHO) has now launched the first data portal to bring together...

Jim Mellon and Phil Newman: Longevity interviews

Master Investor is a publication that helps private investors to take charge of their financial destiny: covering a range of subjects, from shares to...

Stopping neurodegeneration in its tracks with ozone therapy

Ozone therapy recently hit the headlines as one of the many treatment options being examined to mitigate the effects of COVID-19 , but it...

Bringing social and biological aging hallmarks together

New research paper calls for a more holistic approach to understanding aging in order to develop future therapies and interventions to extend Longevity and...

AI diagnoses osteoarthritis 3 years-out from symptoms

New AI diagnostic technique could diagnose osteoarthritis three years before symptoms – paving the way for preventative therapies.  One of the worst things about getting...

Micro robots could print tissue inside the body

Scientists in China have created a micro robot which they say could enable 3D bioprinting inside the body. One in eight people suffer from stomach...

Telomere length variations in tissue have implications for Longevity

Scientists from the University of Chicago Medical Center show that the rate of telomere shortening during aging is determined by the tissue type, genetic...

Stem cells could identify new treatments for Parkinson’s

Scientists believe they may have made a significant leap forward in the fight against Parkinson’s disease with the discovery of cells which could help...