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Archive for the ‘Longevity Genetics’ Category

Leveraging AI To Accelerate Precision Health For Longevity – Forbes

Sunday, November 24th, 2019

Aging Analytics Agency Co-authoring this article with me is my colleague Dmitry Kaminskiy, at Deep Knowledge Group. People over 50 are the fastest growing demographic group worldwide. This creates both opportunities and challenges for the global economy and healthcare systems

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Feliciano Lopez planning to have children with wife in the future – Tennis World USA

Sunday, November 24th, 2019

Feliciano Lpez got married to Sandra Gago earlier this year. Asked if they planned to have children, the Spanish player replied: "There are guys who take care of every detail and follow their routines while others travel with their family in tournaments. I may become a father in a too far away future and I would like my child to come to see me play." On his longevity, Lopez added: "I did not expect to compete at the level I am

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Microbiota and the social brain – Science Magazine

Friday, November 1st, 2019

Animal sociability through microbes Accumulating evidence suggests that the microbiota living in and on animals has important functions in the social architecture of those animals. Sherwin et al. review how the microbiota might facilitate neurodevelopment, help program social behaviors, and facilitate communication in various animal species, including humans

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The pros and cons of weight loss surgery for children – Deseret News

Friday, November 1st, 2019

SALT LAKE CITY When she was 8 years old, Mary was writing about diets in her journal.

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Dementia impacts women more and new approaches are needed | TheHill – The Hill

Thursday, October 31st, 2019

Americans are living longer thanks to medical and public health advances and greater access to health care. If youre a 65-year-old man in the U.S., you can expect to live another 20 years. American women can expect to live even longer to age 86.5

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Does the human lifespan have a limit? – Varsity Online

Sunday, October 27th, 2019

How many of us will see our 100th birthdays?DoD photo by U.S. Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Kayla Jo Finley/Released The maximum lifespan of an organism varies significantly between species, ranging from a single day for mayflies, to several hundred years for Greenland sharks. While the goal for most organisms at an evolutionary level is to reproduce, humanity continuously aimed at increasing our lifespan

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Thinking about death: High neural activity is linked to shorter lifespans – Big Think

Sunday, October 27th, 2019

If there's one thing that humans can't stop thinking about, it's death. But new research published in the journal Nature suggests that all that thinking might be the very thing that brings death on. More precisely, researchers discovered that higher neural activity has a negative effect on longevity

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8 Science-Backed Things You Can Do Now To Add Years To Your Life – mindbodygreen.com

Sunday, October 27th, 2019

Let's face it, just about everyone is looking for effective, safe ways to turn back the clock and boost longevity. If there were a switch we could flip to slow down the aging process (to counter the waning energy, to keep those memories sharp, to stay healthy enough to continue having amazing experiences), we'd probably all flip it in a heartbeat.

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A Calm Mind Isn’t Just a Nice-to-Have. It Can Actually Help You Live Longer. – Thrive Global

Sunday, October 27th, 2019

There are a lot of theories about the secret to a long life. Dozens of research show the many benefits to remaining physically and mentally active as we get older the level of brain activity influence life span. A newstudyfrom the Blavatnik Institute at Harvard Medical School suggests the secret to living longer may lie in the level of brain activity.

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Triple-negative Breast Cancer Influenced by Dual Action of Genes and RNA – Technology Networks

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019

Women with an aggressive, less-common type of breast cancer, known as triple-negative, versus a more common form of the disease could be differentiated from each other by a panel of 17 small RNA molecules that are directly influenced by genetic alterations typically found in cancer cells.

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Thinking deep thoughts has impact on life span – Mother Nature Network

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019

Are you always deep in thought, thinking nonstop about the world around you? You might want to cut back on that

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The future of tequila: How clones, bats and biodiversity will help agave survive – The Dallas Morning News

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019

Its no secret that Texans like tequila.

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Outsiders Are In: The Cleveland Clinic Innovation Summit Evolves – HealthLeaders Media

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019

It's been 17 years since Cleveland Clinic hosted its first Medical Innovation Summit. As the 2019 version of conference officially launches Monday morning, its organizers say this year's gathering reflects the changing landscape of healthcare innovationnot only in terms of topics, such as sessions exploring AI, augmented reality, and virtual realitybut also in terms of who's standing at the dais and who's attending.

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It’s No Coincidence That the Top Presidential Candidates Are All So Old – Mother Jones

Friday, October 11th, 2019

Over the past few months Bernie Sanders has often remarked that hes in great shape. I am blessed to have been in good health my entire life, he told the Washington Post earlier this year. I honestly cant remember the last time I missed work because of illness.

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What Will It Take for Eliud Kipchoge to Break 2-Hours? – runnersworld.com

Friday, October 11th, 2019

In his all-conquering career, its the final, elusive frontieran impossible dream that Eliud Kipchoge will now try to make a reality. The 34-year-old has done it allOlympic gold, world title, the marathon world recordbut there is one thing he has yet to tick off his bucket list: a sub-two-hour marathon. Many ideologies [have] been going that no human will break the two-hour mark but personally, I have dared to try, Kipchoge said in a video of the INEOS 1:59 Challenge documentary series

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Analysis on the Global DNA Read, Write & Edit Market, 2017-2019 and Forecast to 2024 – Yahoo Finance

Friday, October 11th, 2019

DUBLIN, Oct. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Global DNA Read, Write and Edit Market" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. Research and Markets Logo The scope of the report includes DNA read, write and edit technologies, applications, industries, initiatives, patents, and companies

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David Sinclair, Ph.D. – The Joe Rogan Experience #1349 …

Wednesday, October 9th, 2019

For the most comprehensive take on all of David Sinclairs recommendations and the best ideas on optimizing healthspan, check out The Table of Longevity | The 5 Pillars to Optimize for Increasing Healthspan and Living Your Best LifeKey Takeaways NAD+ is responsible for hundreds of critical biological processes, including creating energy, regulating sleep/wake cycles, and maintaining healthy DNA. Heres the problem: NAD+ declines with age no matter how much you exercise and how well you eat

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The Relationship Between Telomeres, Aging, and Cancer

Wednesday, October 2nd, 2019

All cells have a programmed lifespan by which they are synthesized, multiply, and eventually undergo apoptosis (cell death) when they are no longer functional. It often helps to think of cellular replication as old-fashioned photocopy machine: the more a cell copies itself, the more blurry and misaligned the image becomes.

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How Sauna Use May Boost Longevity – YouTube

Wednesday, October 2nd, 2019

Get the brand new, comprehensive article I wrote on how sauna may affect longevity HERE: http://www.foundmyfitness.com/?sendme...

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Are moles determined by genetics? – Genetics Home …

Wednesday, October 2nd, 2019

Moles are very common, especially in people with fair skin. Moles are overgrowths of skin cells called melanocytes, but the genetic factors involved in their development are not well understood. Although moles, like tumors, are an overgrowth of cells, moles are almost always noncancerous (benign).

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