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LONGEVITY MAGAZINE® EJOURNAL

Anti-Aging Newsletter
Longevity Magazine e-Journal Editors

The Brain-Gut Connection

Both a high-fat and a high-sugar diet can cause changes in gut bacteria that appear related to a significant loss of "cognitive flexibility," in a lab animal model.

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Testosterone Therapy: No Link with Blood Clot Disorders

“Prescription for testosterone therapy was not associated with an increased risk of [venous thromboembolism],” write investigators led by The University of Texas Medical Branch.

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Does Aspirin Keep Cancer Away?

The commonly used pain reliever appears to affect cancer stem cells.

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Two Key Nutrients Help Stave Off Alzheimer’s Disease

Omega-3 supplements and antioxidants improve clearance of amyloid beta protein and reduce inflammation of brain tissue, in people with early stages of Alzheimer’s.

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Fructose Feeds Fat

The simple carbohydrate is linked to increase in fat deposits and body weight.

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ANTI-AGING RESEARCH UPDATES: SCIENCE LITERATURE

Stem Cells

Growth Factor Implicated in Aging

Inhibitor tamps down TGF-beta1 and rejuvenates aging stem cells in brain and muscles, in a lab animal model.
DNA

Novel Mechanism of Aging Revealed

Mutation and disorganization of a specific protein may disrupt DNA.
DNA Damage

Pathway of Premature Aging

Blocking the interferon pathway improves lifespan, body condition and fertility, in a lab animal model.
Vitamin D

"D"etermining Survival

A higher level of vitamin D is linked to a better chance of survival, in hospitalized pet cats.
Green Tea

Targeting Alzheimer's Cognitive Decline

Combination of green tea extract and exercise may ameliorate behavioral and cognitive symptoms of Alzheimer's disease (mouse model).
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