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X marks the spot for meaningful information on aging and cognition

Understanding chromosomal differences between men and women could be the X Factor when it comes to tackling cognitive decline. A new paper published in Jama...

Cambrian Biopharma – Dr Daisy Robinton Q&A

Cambrian's Dr Daisy Robinton on the basis of sex, ovarian aging and improving clinical trials and education. Dr Daisy Robinton joined Cambrian as Scientist in...

Increased awareness to aid suicide prevention

On World Suicide Prevention Day, it's time to reflect why mental health is as important to longevity as physical health. Longevity is about extending lifespan...

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Increased awareness to aid suicide prevention

On World Suicide Prevention Day, it's time to reflect why mental health is as important to longevity as physical health. Longevity is about extending lifespan...

A scheme of mimicry – new critique of aging hallmarks

Just like hoverflies deceive their predators by mimicking wasps, the hallmarks of aging play a similar game of make-believe, argues new paper. Biogerontology, or the...

Katcher break – natural selection, altruism and lifespan

Individual selection and lengthening lifespan – Harold Katcher’s new book looks at evolution, altruistic genes and predation and what they could mean for aging. Harold...

Katcher wave… of discovery, innovation and rejuvenation

Learning from failure and playing the waiting game – Harold Katcher’s new book, The Illusion of Knowledge: The paradigm shift in aging research that...

Proactive, convenient cost efficient – diagnostics go DIY

In the final extract from his new book Growing Young, Sergey Young explains how diagnostics will become non-invasive and highly affordable. Longevity.Technology: Ahead of the...

Katcher on the nigh – why longevity is almost here

Is cellular aging a myth? Delving into Harold Katcher's new book, The Illusion of Knowledge: The paradigm shift in aging research that shows the...

A revolution is underfoot in the world of diagnostics

In the second extract from his new book Growing Young, Sergey Young explains why early diagnosis is so profoundly important to longevity. Longevity.Technology: Ahead of...

Growing the longevity startup wave through community

From connecting like-minded people to mentors illuminating the path to startup, the On Deck Longevity Biotech Fellowship is determined to foster longevity innovation. Just a...

Moving from Internet of Things to Internet of Bodies

In an extract from his new book Growing Young, Sergey Young discusses how wearable, portable, embeddable and ingestible tech will deliver early diagnoses, radically...

Over a third of Generation X have multiple health problems

More than one in three British adults are suffering from two or more chronic health conditions in middle age, such as recurrent back problems,...

Invariant rate of aging – understanding the hypothesis

That's all folks: do hard-wired biological constraints ensure aging (and death) is inevitable? Modern medicine has done miracles for our longevity – we no longer...

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X marks the spot for meaningful information on aging and cognition

Understanding chromosomal differences between men and women could be the X Factor when it comes to tackling cognitive decline. A new paper published in Jama...

Cambrian Biopharma – Dr Daisy Robinton Q&A

Cambrian's Dr Daisy Robinton on the basis of sex, ovarian aging and improving clinical trials and education. Dr Daisy Robinton joined Cambrian as Scientist in...

The longevity doctor will see you now …

Prize draw: your chance to win personalised rejuvenation consultations with a leading longevity clinician. Longevity is a journey; to achieve a longer, healthier life, there...

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