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Exercise Is Good For The Aging Brain
A single bout of exercise has been found to help improve cognitive functions and working memory in some older people, according to research from the University of Iowa.

‘Extraordinary’ Breakthroughs In Anti-Aging Research ‘Will Happen Faster Than People Think’
People 50 and older have a lot to look forward to, according to Juvenescence’s Greg Bailey—mainly that we won’t be aging as fast or poorly as our parents. “Science fiction has become science,” said the UK-based anti-aging biotech’s CEO…

Intermittent fasting and a new passion helped him lose 95 pounds
In May 2018, Jared Sklar’s wake-up call was waiting for him when he got home from work. He opened the fridge and saw four different pizza boxes from four different restaurants.

If You Have a Slow Metabolism, Here Are 5 Doctor-Approved Ways to Burn Belly Fat
If you have a slow metabolism, trying to lose belly fat can be disheartening to say the least. Good news: it’s still achievable, and experts recommend a few ways to make it happen.

Exceptional Longevity: Study Reveals Optimism Is the Key to a Long Life.
One Emotional Trait Influences Whether You’ll Achieve “Exceptional Longevity.” Genetics are not the only key to living past 85.

Low Dose Marijuana May Reverse Brain Aging
Daily low doses of cannabinoids may prevent or reverse cognitive changes that occur due to aging according to recent research.

It May Be Possible To Avoid Developing Dementia
Scientists from the University of Exeter believe it may be possible to avoid developing dementia, and there are 5 ways that can help to reduce the risk, findings were presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference.

Risk And Progression Of Alzheimer’s Disease Differs By Sex
The abnormal accumulation of proteins in the brain is a biological marker for Alzheimer’s disease, but the ways in which these proteins spread may help explain why the prevalence of Alzheimer’s is higher in women than in men.

Rejuvenation By Cell Reprogramming: A New Horizon In Gerontology
The discovery of animal cloning and subsequent development of cell reprogramming technology were quantum leaps as they led to the achievement of rejuvenation by cell reprogramming and the emerging view that aging is a reversible epigenetic process.

Anti-Aging Research: ‘Prime Time For An Impact On The Globe’ – Harvard Gazette

Research into extending humanity’s healthy lifespan has been progressing rapidly in recent years. In February, a group of aging and longevity scientists founded a nonprofit to foster the work and serve as a resource for governments and businesses looking to understand the potentially far-reaching implications of a population that lives significantly longer, healthier lives…

Scientists Discover Anti-Aging Potential In Old Drug
The discovery of a second cell target for the immunosuppressant rapamycin could help its development as an anti-aging, neuroprotective drug.

Can Anti-Aging Research Keep Us Healthy in the Long Run?
Searching for the fountain of eternal youth has been the dream of humanity for millennia. While this is still in the realms of science fiction, anti-aging companies are hoping to tackle aging-related diseases by targeting the underlying biology. Many Silicon Valley leaders have big ambitions and investments in hunting immortality. However, many biotech companies in the anti-aging field have a more humble aim: helping us to stay healthy as we age. Age is a big risk factor for several common diseases, including cancer, cardiovascular disease and dementia…

Anti-Ageing Drugs Are Coming That Could Keep You Healthier For Longer
Longevity research is no longer aimed at prolonging lives, it is trying to keep us fit right until the end. New anti-ageing drugs may finally be here to make that happen…

Anti-Aging Discovery Could Lead to Restorative Skin Treatments
Loss of collagen protein depletes renewal cells that serve as skin’s fountain of youth…

A New Pathway For An Anti-Aging Drug
In 1972, Easter Island, called Rapa Nui, famous for its moai statues, offered a new wonder: the discovery of the drug rapamycin.

Patients Experiment With Prescription Drugs To Fight Aging
Dr. Alan Green’s patients travel from around the country to his tiny practice in Queens, N.Y., lured by the prospect of longer lives.

Healthy Aging News – ScienceDaily
Healthy aging is a journey and a process. Read articles on treating bladder problems, slowing dementia and understanding health issues related to aging.

Is Research on Aging Finally Growing Up?
Here’s a look at 20 of the most exciting areas of research on aging to watch in 2019 and beyond.