aging Archive

agingAnAge database of animal longevity and other aging databases

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AnAge is a curated database of aging and life history in animals, including extensive longevity records. AnAge was primarily developed for comparative biology studies, in particular studies of longevity and aging, but can also be useful for ecological and conservation …

agingGeorge Church talks about reversing human aging and claims they made mice live twice as long

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George Church is developing better and better organs using pigs. They are working to slow or reverse the aging in the organs to be used for transplant. He says the organ longvity has also been done successfully with entire …

agingLiving to 90 and beyond is mostly within your control

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Worldwide there are over 500,000 centenarians. By 2025, there should be a million centenarians in the world and 2 million by 2040. This is before the changes that might occur with radically improved antiaging or aging reversal technology. In 2015, …

agingImproving flow in lymph nodes in the neck improves memory and learning and could reduce memory loss from aging

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The lymphatic vessels long thought not to exist are essential to the brain’s ability to cleanse itself. UVA researchers were able to use a compound to improve the flow of waste from the brain to the lymph nodes in the …

agingDrug boosts immune system in elderly people by 40% and it also has antiaging effect in fruit flies

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Drugs were created to block a protein called the mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR) and it boosted the immune system by about 40% in elderly people. They safely reducing infections in elderly volunteers around 40% by enhancing the immune system. …

agingExosuit to assist elderly mobility will be in stores by end of 2018 in US, Japan and UK

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Seismic is combining clothing and robotics into what they call Powered Clothing™. They aim to get exosuits into stores by the end of 2018 in the US, Japan and the UK. The suit’s ‘electric muscles’, powered by tiny motors, contract …

agingIf 1 billion people lived to 105 then 1 should live to 135

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A recent study of about 4000 ‘super-elderly’ people in Italy, all aged 105 and older predicts that the chance of death reaches a peak of 50% each year. Yearly risk of death climbs from * 10% chance of someone age …

agingAntibodies against Latent Myostatin could treat muscle wasting in elderly

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could reach either 18,735,173 (a 72% rise), or with higher estimates 32,338,990 (a 63.8% rise) by 2045. Lowered levels of myostatin result in less fat and more muscle in humans and other mammals. Complete removal of myostatin via genetic engineering …

agingReinventing the wheel, robots, drones and transportation with the Revolve Foldable wheel

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Revolve has a groundbreaking innovation – the foldable wheel. The foldable wheel including a double hub, a rim with rubberized sectors, and spokes pivotly connecting each hub with the sectors of the rim. The sectors of the rim can be …

agingAgex to develop powerful regenerative and anti-aging treatments

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AgeX Therapeutics, Inc. is a biotechnology company formed in 2017 as a subsidiary of BioTime, Inc (NYSE MKT: BTX). Its mission is to apply technology related to cell immortality and pluripotency to human aging and age-related disease. The Company’s technology …