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19 JAN
2023

MITOCHONDRIA PRODUCE ANTIOXIDANTS TO PROTECT OUR CELLS FROM DYING

The enzyme STARD7 (green) helps mitochondria (red) to transport Coenzyme Q to protect cells from cell death. Readmore

13 JAN
2023

Lessons on Human Longevity … From Rockfish

Multi-species analyses reveal shared genes linked to longer life spanReadmore

23 JAN
2023

The Buck Institute Launches First Human Clinical Trial Effort marks the first study of ketone body supplementation in healthy older adults; participants will be recruited in Marin County

The Buck Institute for Research on Aging has launched its first human clinical trial. The BIKE (Buck Institute Ketone Ester) pilot study is the first trial in the world to look at the effects of ketone ester supplementation in the context of agingReadmore

23 JAN
2023

How Brain Regions Involved in Wakeful Rest May Play a Role in the Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease

By identifying patterns in the brains of healthy, aging people, scientists may not only have a future target for intervention but have a larger window of time in which to treat before symptoms are seen.Readmore

25 JAN
2023

Scientists identify drug that could extend lifespan

New Zealand researchers identify drug with potential for longer and healthier ageing. Readmore

14 FEB
2023

SEX-SPECIFIC DIFFERENCES IN RESPONSE TO REDUCED INSULIN ACTIVITY

Neurons (green) in the male brain react differently to lowered insulin signaling. Readmore

23 FEB
2023

Digital Markers Near-Perfect for Predicting Dementia

Researchers develop highly accurate machine learning model for early detection of mild cognitive impairment and dementia in older driversReadmore

27 FEB
2023

Scientists identify a method to rejuvenate old stem cells

A research team led by Dr. Thomas Rando, director of the Eli and Edythe Broad Center of Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Research at UCLA, has discovered that restoring glutathione—a key antioxidant that prevents cell damage—rejuvenates old muscle Readmore

23 MAR
2023

FUNDING BY THE MARGA AND WALTER BOLL FOUNDATION

Peter Tessarz investigates the ageing of the liverReadmore

12 Jan
2023

Loss of Epigenetic Information Can Drive Aging, Restoration Can Reverse It

The ICE method offers researchers a new way to explore the role of epigenetics in aging and other biological processes.Readmore

11 JAN
2023

HOW OLD IS YOUR BRAIN, REALLY? ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE KNOWS

AI-powered analysis developed at USC accurately reflects risk of cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s disease based on brain age.Readmore

06 Jan
2023

FDA Grants Accelerated Approval for Alzheimer’s Disease Treatment

Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Leqembi (lecanemab-irmb) via the Accelerated Approval pathway for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease. Readmore

14 Dec
2022

NEW DFG RESEARCH GROUP INVESTIGATES CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF GENOME INSTABILITY

By understanding the basic mechanisms of genome stability, the scientists hope to develop new therapeutic approaches for the chronic diseases that are rising sharply in our ageing society, ranging from dementia to chronic kidney diseases and cardiovasculaReadmore

2 Dec
2022

Brain aging is not one-size-fit-all: Chronological age, biological age and gender affect the shrinkage of different brain areas.

The results of the study, appearing in The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, show that functional brain networks are affected in different ways by aging, gender and blood immune factors.Readmore

24 Oct
2022

Immunis Chairman Dr. Hans Keirstead Delivered Keynote at the Aging and Gerontology Conference in Dubai

The Aging and Gerontology conference is focused on cellular & molecular repair of age-associated disease.Readmore

15 Dec
2022

CAB Member Elected APHA President-Elect

Flint Community Advisory Board member Ms. Ella Greene-Moton, has been elected President-Elect of the American Public Health Association!Readmore

08 dec
2022

FEBS EXCELLENCE AWARD FOR STEPHANIE PANIER

Stephanie Panier investigates how cells detect and repair DNA damage. Award supports highly competitive research in molecular life sciences Readmore

01Dec
2022

DO WOMEN AGE DIFFERENTLY FROM MEN?

Studies in fruit flies reveal how the sex determines the responses to the anti-ageing drug rapamycinReadmore

4 Oct
2022

High Risk/High Reward Grant Funds Development of Smart Drug Delivery System to Treat Multiple Alzheimer’s Pathologies

The Buck’s $2.4 million Transformative Research Award is one of just nine in the nation.Readmore

22 Sep
2022

Landmark Study of Biomarker Data May Enable Better Treatment for Early Onset Dementia

Biomarker Changes May Help with Prediction of Symptoms in Familial Frontotemporal DementiaReadmore

24 Oct
2022

New study expands range of potential Alzheimer's drugs

Alzheimer's disease is associated with a reduction of insulin receptors in brain microvessels, Readmore

24 Sep
2022

Lecanemab Confirmatory Phase 3 Clarity AD Study Met Primary Endpoint

Lecanemab Confirmatory Phase 3 Clarity AD Study Met Primary Endpoint, Showing Highly Statistically Significant Reduction of Clinical Decline in Large Global Clinical Study of 1,795 Participants with Early Alzheimer’s DiseaseReadmore

7 Sep
2022

NUHS opens Singapore’s first Centre for Healthy Longevity to increase healthy lifespan of Singapore population by five more disease-free years

A world's first integrated pre-clinical and clinical ageing research institute that is poised to lead the Longevity Medicine field with clinical research to prolong healthspan by delay ageing.Readmore

22 Sep
2021

21 start-ups selected to innovate for healthy ageing

EIT Health, together with eight global collaborators representing nearly 50 countries and territories, today announced the winners of the inaugural round of Healthy Longevity Catalyst Awards.Readmore

26May
2022

FAU AWARDED $1 MILLION GRANT TO HELP PREVENT INJURY, DEATH FROM FALLS

Every second, an older person in the U.S. falls and injures themselves, and every 20 minutes one of them dies from the fall.Readmore

7 Mar
2022

Cellular rejuvenation therapy safely reverses signs of aging in mice

Salk researchers treated mice with anti-aging regimen beginning in middle age and found no increase in cancer or other health problems later onReadmore

8 DEC
2021

SENS Research Foundation & Underdog Pharmaceuticals jointly awarded $252,000 NIA research grant

The National Institute on Aging (NIA) division of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded a grant to advance research on Engineered Cyclodextrins targeting toxic oxidized cholesterol to eradicate atherosclerosis...Readmore

6 Dec
2021

Changes to outdated Medicaid limits could improve eligibility for vulnerable seniors

A new analysis published today in the Health Affairs, University of Pittsburgh Health scientists propose...Readmore

3 Dec
2021

Damaged telomeres in the elderly may increase susceptibility to SARS-CoV-2

SARS-CoV-2 causes the pandemic coronavirus disease COVID-19, that is more harmful for elderly people, who show more....Readmore

3 Dec
2021

Improving mobility and quality of life for older adults

As we get older, transportation provides a vital link between home and community Without reliable and easy ways to get around...Readmore

2 Dec
2021

Effects of digital technologies on older people's access to health and social care

The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic prompted the rapid implementation of new and existing digital technologies to facilitate access...Readmore

1 Dec
2021

Dental device for snoring may slow onset of Alzheimer's disease

A good night's sleep plays an essential role in regulating brain health by removing the waste material and toxins...Readmore

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