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Sticky: The New Science On Old Age: 10 Ways To Live Longer
By Greentea
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(28 votes)
At 2015-05-07 07:32:00
By Greentea
Adherence to Japanese Diet Guidelines Linked to Longer Life
By Greentea
644 1    
(2 votes)
At 2016-03-24 08:17:51
By Greentea
Ray Kurzweil is Trying to Live Forever; Here are the 77 Supplements he Takes Daily
By Greentea
2324 1    
(11 votes)
At 2016-01-06 15:25:51
By Greentea
Meditation and lifestyle modification increase telomerase, new study finds
By Greentea
2229 1    
(6 votes)
At 2015-12-03 08:19:17
By Greentea
Is aging a disease? Scientists call for new classification of aging
By Greentea
1915 2    
(2 votes)
At 2015-11-13 14:29:05
By Hans J. Kugler, PhD
'Super-agers' study may reveal secrets to staying young
By Greentea
2216 1    
(3 votes)
At 2015-11-03 07:34:17
By Greentea
Wine isn’t special: drinking a small amount of any alcohol can be good for your health
By Greentea
1448 2    
(2 votes)
At 2015-10-19 19:15:04
By lance roll
25 Minutes of brisk walking a day can add 7 YEARS to your life
By Dixie
1759 1    
(2 votes)
At 2015-09-13 08:50:55
By Dixie
Diet that mimics fasting may promote longevity & improve healthspan
By Greentea
2373 1    
(4 votes)
At 2015-06-22 09:35:23
By Greentea
4 Ways Technology Is Making You Age Faster
By Greentea
2675 2    
(4 votes)
At 2015-04-13 10:26:12
By Kerry Crofton, PhD
5 Ways You Can Live Forever
By Dixie
3851 1    
(12 votes)
At 2015-03-26 07:12:54
By Dixie
Bursts of fasting may be key to longevity and health
By Greentea
4545 1    
(6 votes)
At 2015-03-09 08:14:28
By Greentea
Forum longevity in Spanish / Foro de longevidad en español
By Charles M
1820 1    
(1 votes)
At 2015-03-06 12:41:23
By Charles M
Telomere extension turns back aging clock in cultured human cells, study finds
By Greentea
4077 1    
(13 votes)
At 2015-01-23 13:30:06
By Greentea
Stem Cell Researchers: "Long Life Pill" is a Possibility
By Greentea
3776 1    
(6 votes)
At 2014-12-10 09:04:31
By Greentea
Mediterranean diet has marked impact on aging
By Dixie
3450 1    
(3 votes)
At 2014-12-03 14:20:48
By Dixie
The secret to ageing slowly? Ditch the carbs and cut back on calories, scientists say
By Greentea
5570 1    
(6 votes)
At 2014-11-17 14:24:52
By Greentea
Everyday drugs could give extra years of life
By Greentea
4239 1    
(7 votes)
At 2014-10-01 10:59:46
By Greentea
Best Anti-Aging Technique: Standing Up?
By Greentea
7099 2    
(8 votes)
At 2014-09-06 18:08:43
By Hans J. Kugler, PhD
Why are some 75-year-olds downright spry while others can barely get around?
By Health_Freedoms
4334 1    
(6 votes)
At 2014-05-28 20:00:47
By Health_Freedoms
Three exciting Harvard and Hubrecht studies find we naturally make stem cells from old cells
By cynthfox
3418 1    
(3 votes)
At 2014-05-01 22:20:54
By cynthfox
Social stress takes a toll on chromosomes, affects aging
By Greentea
3518 1    
(4 votes)
At 2014-04-08 09:35:00
By Greentea
Reducing calorie intake by just 10% extends life expectancy and slashes the risk of disease
By Dixie
3586 1    
(4 votes)
At 2014-04-02 21:20:33
By Dixie
Is your lifespan more than a postcode lottery?
By Dixie
3153 1    
(3 votes)
At 2013-12-05 08:39:43
By Dixie
Exercise in sixties boosts healthy ageing
By Dixie
3463 1    
(6 votes)
At 2013-11-26 07:09:52
By Dixie
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