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One Gene Adds To Mouse Longevity
2013-08-30 08:32:34

Researchers have extended the average lifespan of a group of mice by about 20 percent -or the equivalent of raising the average human life span from 79 to 95 - by lowering the expression of a single gene.

2013-08-29 23:32:06

September is Healthy Aging Month and a new research study points to genetics and lifestyle factors as critical to a healthy lifespan, announced Ethical Alternative products, supplier of premium

2013-08-29 23:18:15

Home Care Assistance’s Healthy Longevity Webinar Series' next installment will be presented by leading psychologist and award-winning author, Dr.

Age-related Memory Loss Reversed In Mice
2013-08-29 04:56:50

The deficiency of a protein called RbAp48 in the hippocampus has been identified by a team of Columbia University researchers as a significant contributor to age-related memory loss. The team also found this type of memory loss is reversible.

2013-08-23 23:21:24

TA-65, a natural supplement, improves many aspects of aging in humans.

Our Aging Process Is Hastened Due To Maternal Genetics
2013-08-22 08:28:26

There are many reasons our bodies age. The process is determined by an accumulation of various kinds of cell damage that impair the function of bodily organs.

Human Feet Very Similar To Those Of Great Apes
2013-08-21 09:37:20

As humans, we tend to think of ourselves as much more evolved than our fellow primates. However, new research from biologists has revealed the human foot is much closer to the feet of great apes than previously thought.

2013-08-09 23:20:54

10 Ways to Age Well: ICAA's CEO Offers "10 Tips" for Attaining and Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) August 09, 2013

2013-08-07 23:01:32

The next installment in Home Care Assistance’s Healthy Longevity Webinar Series will be presented by leading psychologist and award-winning author Dr.


Word of the Day
begunk
  • To befool; deceive; balk; jilt.
  • An illusion; a trick; a cheat.
The word 'begunk' may come from a nasalised variant of Scots begeck ("to deceive, disappoint"), equivalent to be- +‎ geck.