Repurposed drugs and senolytics could bring us five more years of disease-free life.
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Preventing age-related disease could give us five more years of healthy life in older age.
As modern medicine improves, so too does our ability to stave off disease. But can we overcome the most inescapable of afflictions - old age? Researchers around the world are trying to find out.
Without Gaf1, cells had a shorter lifespan.
This discovery could be important in helping increase human healthspan and longevity.
Our obsession with looking and feeling younger has only grown since the 20th century.
At-home electrical ‘therapies’, hormone treatments, and skin ‘foods’ were just some of the popular treatments people used to look and feel younger.
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A potential anti-ageing drug is likely to be more effective at maintaining health than extending lifespan.
The true promise of ageing research is that rather than tackling individual diseases one at a time, a single drug to treat ageing would treat all of the diseases that arise in old age, at once.
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