David Sinclair of Harvard University has studied aging and longevity for years and through a series of successful studies, has determined humans, in time, may defy the aging process with a boost to their genes at the cellular level.
Scientists at University of Cambridge say the results have far reaching implications for how we understand the aging process, and how we might develop much-needed treatments for age-related brain diseases.
The Harvard Gazette interviews David Sinclair, one of the pioneers of longevity research and more recently known for his Harvard study into the restoration of the Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD) molecule in mouse cells.
'Tickling' the ear with a small electrical current appears to rebalance the autonomic nervous system for over-55s, potentially slowing down one of the effects of ageing, according to new research at the University of Leeds.
Lynda Bateman · Original Content 1 August 2019 · 7 min read
The next time you are waiting in line at the Department of Motor Vehicles, look around. The probability is good that one-in-three people, sitting, standing, taking a number or complaining at customer service, suffer from high blood pressure.