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Category Archives: Biomedical science
The aging research world was rocked in 2009 when a study showed that giving old mice a drug called rapamycin could significantly extend their lifespan1. It was quite remarkable because it was the first demonstration that aged animals could still undergo beneficial aging … Continue reading
You may have heard of so called ‘NAD boosters,’ compounds that you can easily buy online like nicotinamide riboside (NR) and others. There’s even a high profile company offering monthly subscriptions to supplements including NR that may boost your NAD levels. … Continue reading
The antidiabetic drug metformin has been gaining lots of attention. This fame is well deserved since it extends lifespan in worms, mice, and there’s a clinical trial going on for human aging1. If you feel you’re getting older you might ask yourself should I should take metformin … Continue reading
23andMe can tell you something about your ancestry and can scare the crap out of you from all the genetic disease risks you might have, but can it also say something about your longevity? Scientists have also looked at the … Continue reading
We were lucky enough to get an exclusive interview with the world famous Met Formin, anti-aging expert. Peer inside the head that’s changing the world, and who you just might find sitting in your own house one day.
The answer is pretty simple, and I’ll try to outline it in just a few steps. 1) If we go to the CDC website (centers for disease control and prevention) and download death counts for the top 15 causes of death, … Continue reading