Artificial Intelligence Will Find The Solution To Aging by 2033

Artificial Intelligence Will Find The Solution To Aging by 2033

Researchers say that they are on the verge of cracking the aging code. They also say that death caused by aging may become obsolete by 2033 if artificial intelligence gets involved. Scientists from the Maximum Life Foundation believe that the combination of two fields of science will cure aging.

Uncovering a ‘smoking gun’ in age-related disease

Uncovering a ‘smoking gun’ in age-related disease






Uncovering a ‘smoking gun’ in age-related disease [unable to retrieve full-text content] Aging is a key risk factor for a variety of devastating, chronic diseases, yet the biological factors that influence when and how rapidly cells deteriorate over time remain largely unknown. Now, for the first time, a research team has linked the function of… Continue Reading

Play Tennis Live Longer






Play Tennis Live Longer For a life of longevity, consider picking up a tennis racket You probably know that exercise is good for you, but do you know whether you’re better off riding a bike or swimming laps in the pool? Actually, if you want to get the biggest bang for your exercise buck, you… Continue Reading

Turning back the aging clock






Turning back the aging clock Researchers from Caltech and UCLA have developed a new approach to removing cellular damage that accumulates with age. The technique can potentially help slow or reverse an important cause of aging. Led by Nikolay Kandul, senior postdoctoral scholar in biology and biological engineering in the laboratory of Professor of Biology… Continue Reading

Boosting levels of known antioxidant may help resist age-related decline

Boosting levels of known antioxidant may help resist age-related decline






Boosting levels of known antioxidant may help resist age-related decline Researchers at Oregon State University have found that a specific detoxification compound, glutathione, helps resist the toxic stresses of everyday life — but its levels decline with age and this sets the stage for a wide range of age-related health problems. A new study, published… Continue Reading

Force of Bite






Force of Bite Force of bite may predict a person’s longevity | Fox News The force of a man’s bite at age 70 may be a marker of his longevity, says a study in the Journal of Oral Rehabilitation. The risk of dying before reaching their mid-80s was 84% higher in men with a weaker… Continue Reading

Japanese Women Lose Longevity Crown






Japanese Women Lose Longevity Crown Japanese women lose longevity crown to Hong Kongers | The Japan Times Japan’s women relinquished the top spot for average life expectancy in 2015 to Hong Kong, the new leader at 87.32 years, data released by the welfare ministry showed Wednesday. Japanese women now have an average life expectancy of… Continue Reading

The Fiber Guardian’s Favorite High Fiber Foods: A List of the Right Foods to Lose Weight, Feel Better, and Live Longer






The Fiber Guardian’s Favorite High Fiber Foods: A List of the Right Foods to Lose Weight, Feel Better, and Live Longer The Fiber Guardian’s Favorite High Fiber Foods: A List of the Right Foods to Lose Weight, Feel Better, and Live Longer Do you need to lose weight? Do you want to feel better? Do… Continue Reading

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