Of late a number of research groups have argued that transposon activity is a contributing cause of dysfunction. Transposons are sections of genetic material that can move around within the genome, and more of this moving around occurs with advancing age, taking place in a more or less random manner within individual cells. ...

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29 June 2017 Nothing quite compares with the feeling of sheer panic after catching sight of that first under eye wrinkle, or the moment you realise your skin just isn’t as plump as it used to be. Aging is a process every person on the planet must endure, no matter how rich they are or how many good genes they managed to acquire off their parents, we are all heading down the same path. ...

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Heavy drinking ageing your cells, says new research Published: June 28, 2017 06:56 AM GMT+8 Heavy drinking could be causing cells to age more quickly, increasing the risk of various age-related conditions. — Jonathan Austin Daniels/istockphoto.com/AFP picDENVER, June 28 — The more people drink, the quicker their cells age, placing heavy drinkers at a higher risk of age-related illnesses, such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer and dementia, according to new research. Presented over the weekend at the 40th annual scientific meeting of the Research Society on Alcoholism (RSA) in Denver, USA, the research was carried out by Naruhisa Yamaki and his team from the Kobe University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan. ...

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MONTCLAIR, N.J., June 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- "The mission of the Sinclair Lab is exactly in line with the mission of our foundation," says Dr. Vincent Giampapa, founder of the Global Foundation for Human Aging Research, "and that's why we've donated $50,000 to its ongoing efforts." ...

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Cardax, Inc. (“Cardax”) (OTCQB:CDXI) and the University of Hawaii (“UH”) announced today that the National Institute on Aging (“NIA”), one of the federal government’s National Institutes of Health (“NIH”), has selected Cardax’s proprietary astaxanthin compound CDX-085 for its anti-aging Interventions Testing Program (“ITP”). Only 4-5 compounds per year are typically chosen by the NIA for this program. This selection resulted from a proposal to the ITP submitted by UH faculty Bradley Willcox, M.D. and Richard Allsopp, Ph.D. that was given a “high priority” ranking by the NIA. Dr. ...

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This open access paper reports on the proceedings at the 2nd Scripps Symposium on the Biology of Aging held earlier this year. Like much of the field now, the focus in unabashedly on intervening in the aging process, which is good to see. ...

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MONTCLAIR, N.J., June 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Founded by renowned anti-aging medicine pioneer Dr. Vincent Giampapa, the Global Foundation for Human Aging Research (http://globalhumanaging.org/) is looking to change the future of human health. ...

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Rotifers are tough, microscopic organisms highly resistant to radiation and repeated cycles of dehydration and rehydration. Now Irina Arkhipova, Irina Yushenova, and Fernando Rodriguez of the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) have discovered another protective mechanism of this hardy organism: the Terminons. ...

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Anti-ageing products and services continue to witness steady growth, with global revenues poised to reach US$ 151.8 Bn in 2016, a growth of 7.7% over 2015. Generation X (born between early 60s to mid-70s) will continue to be the key consumer segment, with global demand from this consumer segment anticipated to reach US$ 66,099.3 Mn by the end of this year. ...

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When it comes to getting older, the beauty industry has a lot of thoughts on how to reverse the physical signs of aging. There's a market filled with products and injectable treatments galore, that all claim to diminish fine lines and wrinkles , not to mention the extensive procedures that often require downtime. ...

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