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Calorie Restriction






Calorie Restriction Should I restrict calories for longevity? – Harvard Health Q. Is there anything to the idea that calorie restriction is good for health, and will that ever translate to a medication? A. It is true that many animals live longer (and healthier) if the calories they eat are restricted to some degree. Continue Reading

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

Aging Does Not Have To Be Scary






Aging Does Not Have To Be Scary Everyone wants to age gracefully. But that isn’t always easy to do. It’s hard to maintain a youthful appearance without doing things that may make you look and feel a little less like yourself. In this article, you’ll find some great suggestions on how to keep looking great… Continue Reading

All You Ever Needed To Know About Aging






All You Ever Needed To Know About Aging Every stage of life comes with some difficulty. However, none is quite so progressive and irreversible as the process of aging. Degenerative diseases affect the function of every part of the body. Living a healthy lifestyle, avoiding stress and avoiding negative environmental factors may slow this complicated… 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

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