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Archive for the ‘Longevity Genetics’ Category

Human longevity: Genetics or Lifestyle? It takes two to …

Thursday, August 4th, 2016

Healthy aging and longevity in humans are modulated by a lucky combination of genetic and non-genetic factors.

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SPH – Boston University School of Public Health

Thursday, August 4th, 2016

17 Interdisciplinary Certificates Available Master of Public Health (MPH) Gain the knowledge and skills you'll need to become an effective public health professional.

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Power 9 – Blue Zones

Thursday, August 4th, 2016

Posted on April 9, 2014 by Dan Buettner By Dan Buettner Life expectancy of an American born today averages 78.2 years. But this year, over 70,000 Americans have reached their 100thbirthday

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5 Ways to Prevent a First Heart Attack – Verywell

Thursday, August 4th, 2016

Whether your father, mother or siblings have had heart disease may seem like the most important predictor of your own chances of a heart attack. Not so says a large Swedish study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology in 2014

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Genes Linked to the Effect of Stress and Mood on Longevity …

Thursday, August 4th, 2016

Summary: Researchers have identified a series of genes that could modulate the effect of mood and the response to stress on lifespan. Source: Indiana University.

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Genetic Anti-Aging and Health: Creating REAL Results by …

Saturday, October 24th, 2015

Our Genetic Anti-Aging Products & Technologies Deal with the Sources of Aging as well as the Signs of Aging by Addressing theREALCause of Looking Older Your Genes. Everyone gets older but nobody wants to look or feel older; wrinkles, jowls, puffiness, double chin, bat wings, no energy, foggy mind, loss of sexual desire and ability to perform tasks that you used to with little or no effort.

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Genetics Articles – Bodybuilding.com

Tuesday, October 20th, 2015

By: Mike Mahler Research now confirms what common sense has always told us: Happy people live longer, enjoy healthier lives, achieve more success... Look deep to see if you are happy or not and learn what genetics have to do with it. Date Added: Dec 18, 2007 By: Vince Del Monte Skinny guys must play by different rules and figuring out a workout routine can be a source of confusion and frustration.

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Resveratrol By RevGenetics Resveratrol Benefits, Anti …

Monday, September 28th, 2015

TA-65 And Other Items: Our RevGenetics X500 resveratrol capsules and our Nitro250 micronized resveratrol capsules harnesses the power of the red wine molecule that is becoming well known in the medical field for its potential to help aging, combat cancer, viral infections, and the effects of diabetes, as well as its anti-aging potential. The red wine molecule is considered for it's potential and possible help combating age-related illnesses such as Alzheimers and arthritis. Each resveratrol capsule contains the highest purity Resveratrol (99% Pure) on the market and is tested to be some of the safest, simply because we take it ourselves

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Genetics, lifestyle and longevity: Lessons from centenarians

Friday, September 25th, 2015

Abstract Longevity as a complex life-history trait shares an ontogenetic relationship with other quantitative traits and varies among individuals, families and populations. Heritability estimates of longevity suggest that about a third of the phenotypic variation associated with the trait is attributable to genetic factors, and the rest is influenced by epigenetic and environmental factors. Individuals react differently to the environments that they are a part of, as well as to the environments they construct for their survival and reproduction; the latter phenomenon is known as niche construction

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Biology of Aging | National Institute on Aging

Sunday, August 2nd, 2015

You may get your hair color from your fathers side of the family and your great math skills from your mother.

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LonGenity and Longevity Genes Project

Friday, July 31st, 2015

The LonGenity research study builds upon the Longevity Genes Project, initiated in 1998 at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine by Dr. Nir Barzilai. Dr

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Fine-Tuning Your Longevity Genes | Life Code

Monday, July 20th, 2015

Fine-Tuning Your Longevity Genes By Bryant Villeponteau, Ph.D. Introduction The nearly universal human desire to preserve youth can often motivate people to make major lifestyle changes or try the latest wonder supplement.

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Secrets of Aging, Long Life, longevity Genes

Saturday, July 11th, 2015

Is there a maximum biological limit to the human life span of somewhere around 120 years? Could we live much longer, given the right conditions? Answers to these and other fundamental questions about aging may now be within reach

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Genetic determinants of exceptional human longevity …

Monday, July 6th, 2015

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Overview | Institute for Aging Research | Albert Einstein …

Monday, July 6th, 2015

The Institute for Aging Research conducts focused multidisciplinary investigations to unravel essential elements in the biology of aging. The New York Times and NPR feature Nir Barzilai, M.D., and one of his centenarian study participants in a joint article on aging

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Genetic Improvement of Dairy Cow Longevity – eXtension

Monday, July 6th, 2015

Annual herd turnover rates and reported reasons for culling may be misleading, and the timing of culling during the lactation can be a more useful indicator of potential management problems on a given farm. Conformation traits are often used to select for improved cow longevity, but these traits account for only a modest proportion of differences in cow survival.

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Longevity genes – Supercentenarian

Monday, June 8th, 2015

A handful of genes that control the body's defenses during hard times can also dramatically improve health and prolong life in diverse organisms.

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Longevity genetics study retracted from Science | WIRED

Monday, June 1st, 2015

Skip Article Header. Skip to: Start of Article. In July last year I wrote about some fairly glaring flaws in a paper published in Science on the genetics of extreme longevity.

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Genetics of Human Longevity – Longevity Science

Monday, June 1st, 2015

Genetics of Human Longevity: New Ideas & Findings Natalia Gavrilova Center on Aging, NORC at the University of Chicago (Abstract of presentation at the International Conference on Longevity, Sydney, Australia, March 5-7, 2004) In contrast to the remarkable progress in the genetics of yeast and nematode aging, little is known about genes that control human longevity. What is behind the records of extreme human longevity: just lucky chance, favorable environment, or 'good' genes? How to resolve the apparent controversy between strong familial clustering of human longevity, and poor resemblance in lifespan among blood relatives?

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Telomeres and Aging – Understanding Cellular Aging

Friday, May 29th, 2015

Chromosomes and DNA.

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