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Cinnameldehyde may be an effective inhibitor of colorectal cancer, in a lab animal model.
Neuropeptide Y molecule may be common link between dietary restriction and longevity in mammals, in a lab animal model.
Exercise may delay age-related elevated cholesterol, among men.
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Half of heart disease deaths may be due to preventable factors, among US adults ages 45 to 79 years.
Staying calm and collected in a stressful situation lowers the body’s inflammatory processes.
Vitamins B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B6 (pyridoxine), and B12 (cobalamin) may protect against cataract occurrence and development.
Allicin exerts cardiovascular effects via the gut, where the compound prevents metabolism of certain amino acids into trimethylamine N-oxide (TMAO).
Fine particulate air pollution (PM2.5) below US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) standards linked to higher death rates, among men and women ages 65 and ol
New Zealand blackcurrants may help manage aging-related declines in memory accuracy, attention, and mood.
Rapamycin reduces body fat and appetite, in a lab animal model.
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Diet that mimics fasting may promote longevity & improve healthspan
By Greentea
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At 2015-06-22 09:35:23
By Greentea
The New Science On Old Age: 10 Ways To Live Longer
By Greentea
4568 1    
(18 votes)
At 2015-05-07 07:32:00
By Greentea
4 Ways Technology Is Making You Age Faster
By Greentea
1657 2    
(4 votes)
At 2015-04-13 10:26:12
By Kerry Crofton, PhD
5 Ways You Can Live Forever
By Dixie
2313 1    
(11 votes)
At 2015-03-26 07:12:54
By Dixie
Bursts of fasting may be key to longevity and health
By Greentea
3075 1    
(6 votes)
At 2015-03-09 08:14:28
By Greentea
Forum longevity in Spanish / Foro de longevidad en español
By Charles M
758 1    
(1 votes)
At 2015-03-06 12:41:23
By Charles M
Five Nobel laureates backing antiaging dietary supplement
By Dixie
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(4 votes)
At 2015-02-04 07:26:14
By Dixie
Telomere extension turns back aging clock in cultured human cells, study finds
By Greentea
2922 1    
(12 votes)
At 2015-01-23 13:30:06
By Greentea
Stem Cell Researchers: "Long Life Pill" is a Possibility
By Greentea
2733 1    
(6 votes)
At 2014-12-10 09:04:31
By Greentea
Mediterranean diet has marked impact on aging
By Dixie
2437 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
4338 1    
(6 votes)
At 2014-11-17 14:24:52
By Greentea
Everyday drugs could give extra years of life
By Greentea
2907 1    
(7 votes)
At 2014-10-01 10:59:46
By Greentea
Best Anti-Aging Technique: Standing Up?
By Greentea
5580 3    
(7 votes)
At 2014-09-08 06:22:24
By Kelly Smith
Why are some 75-year-olds downright spry while others can barely get around?
By Health_Freedoms
3354 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
2658 1    
(3 votes)
At 2014-05-01 22:20:54
By cynthfox
Social stress takes a toll on chromosomes, affects aging
By Greentea
2671 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
2724 1    
(4 votes)
At 2014-04-02 21:20:33
By Dixie
Reverse the effects of aging naturally
By Dixie
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(13 votes)
At 2014-01-08 07:06:10
By Dixie
Is your lifespan more than a postcode lottery?
By Dixie
2440 1    
(3 votes)
At 2013-12-05 08:39:43
By Dixie
Exercise in sixties boosts healthy ageing
By Dixie
2653 1    
(6 votes)
At 2013-11-26 07:09:52
By Dixie
Eating nuts linked to healthier, longer life
By Greentea
3361 1    
(8 votes)
At 2013-11-20 18:57:40
By Greentea
The One Surprising Thing That Speeds Up Your Aging
By Greentea
5019 1    
(10 votes)
At 2013-11-14 08:32:08
By Greentea
Gardening linked to longer lives
By Dixie
2920 1    
(6 votes)
At 2013-10-30 07:23:39
By Dixie
Scientists Discover New Biological Clock With Age-Measuring Potential
By Dixie
4743 1    
(7 votes)
At 2013-10-21 13:32:02
By Dixie
The surprise fountain of youth and health that we all have but don’t use
By Greentea
4470 1    
(8 votes)
At 2013-10-15 19:25:05
By Greentea
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