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19 MAR
2024

Middle-aged brain can predict your future brain health, new review finds

The team led by University College Cork (UCC) researchers reviewed past evidence from human and animal studies to illustrate that during middle age the brain undergoes significant molecular, cellular, and structural changes, and many of these changes haveReadmore

22 MAR
2024

TELOMIR PHARMACEUTICALS RELEASES NEW PRE-CLINICAL DATA FOR TELOMIR-1 TO BE PRESENTED AT THE GLOBAL LONGEVITY FEDERATION CONFERENCE IN LAS VEGAS ON MARCH 26TH

Poster presentation delivers pre-clinical results that demonstrate that its lead development product, Telomir-1, elongates telomere caps on human normal embryonic fibroblast cells Readmore

27 MAR
2024

Risk factors for faster aging in the brain revealed in new study

Researchers from the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences at the University of Oxford have used data from UK Biobank participants to reveal that diabetes, traffic-related air pollution and alcohol intake are the most harmful out of 15 modifiable Readmore

15 MAR
2024

Researchers Find More Complexity in Aging Brain’s Memory Decline

Researchers from The University of Texas at Dallas Center for Vital Longevity (CVL) have discovered that brain correlates of age-related memory decline are more complicated than previously believed, a finding that could affect efforts to preserve cognitivReadmore

06 MAR
2024

Schizophrenia and aging may share a common biological basis Tightly synchronized genetic changes in two types of brain cells may underlie cognitive impairment in both conditions, offering potential therapeutic clues.

Researchers from the Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, Harvard Medical School, and McLean Hospital have uncovered a strikingly similar suite of changes in gene activity in brain tissue from people with schiReadmore

01 MAR
2024

More Schooling is Linked to Slowed Aging and Increased Longevity Two years of education translated to a 2-3 percent slower pace of aging

Participants in the Framingham Heart Study who achieved higher levels of education tended to age more slowly and went on to live longer lives as compared to those who did not achieve upward educational mobility, according to a new study by researchers at Readmore

16 FEB
2024

Looking to rewind the aging clock

Harvard researchers create model that better measures biological age, distinguishes between harmful and adaptive changes during life Readmore

28 FEB
2024

Anti-ageing drug rapamycin improves immune function through endolysosomes, Protection against an increase in pro-inflammatory factors with age

A research group at the Max Planck Institute for Biology of Ageing has discovered in fruit flies that rapamycin activates the so-called endolysosomes, which have a similar function to the stomach in our cells.Readmore

22 FEB
2024

Damage to cell membranes causes cell aging

A new study has found that mechanical damage to the cell membrane may induce cellular senescence in human cells. Readmore

12 FEB
2024

£3 million UKRI funding to support research into better health, ageing, and wellbeing

The University of Cambridge has received UKRI funding for research on age-related biological changes in model organisms as part of a national collaboration. Readmore

18 JAN
2024

Keys to aging hidden in the leaves

Scientists have known about a particular organelle in plant cells for over a century. However, UC Riverside scientists have only now discovered that organelle’s key role in aging. Readmore

08 JAN
2024

Brock-led research uncovers breakthrough in age-related diseases

Newman Sze, Brock University Professor of Health Sciences and Canada Research Chair in Mechanisms of Health and Disease, leads an international team that has uncovered a key link between oxidative stress, aging and chronic diseases, paving the way for posReadmore

11 OCT
2023

Restoring nerve-muscle connections boosts strength of aging mice, Stanford Medicine study finds

A drug that boosts strength in injured or aging mice restores connections between nerves and muscle and suggests ways to combat weakness in humans due to aging, injury or diseaseReadmore

08 JAN
2024

Life span increases in mice when specific brain cells are activated

Brain cells communicate with fat tissue to produce cellular fuel, counteract effects of agingReadmore

08 JAN
2024

Could a Drug Prevent Hearing Loss from Loud Music and Aging?

Researchers have found a gene that links deafness to cell death in the inner ear in humans – creating new opportunities for averting hearing loss.Readmore

14 DEC
2023

Age-related changes in brain activity may explain cognitive decline

New research on the ageing brains of mice may uncover the mechanisms underlying cognitive decline Readmore

23 AUG
2023

Longevity gene from naked mole rats extends lifespan of mice

In a groundbreaking endeavor, researchers at the University of Rochester have successfully transferred a longevity gene from naked mole rats to mice, resulting in improved health and an extension of the mouse’s lifespan.Readmore

23 OCT
2023

Researcher uses AI to understand how healthy older adults are aging at home

University of Toronto nursing researcher Charlene Chu wants to know how older adults age at home – and she’s using artificial intelligence to help. Readmore

19 OCT
2023

18 JULY
2023

Cell protein discovery points to healthier ageing

Researchers at The University of Queensland have found an anti-ageing function in a protein deep within human cellsReadmore

14 JUNE
2023

AI algorithms find drugs that could combat ageing

Three drugs that could help stave off the effects of ageing have been discovered using artificial intelligence (AI), a study by Edinburgh researchers suggests.Readmore

08 JUNE
2023

Taurine May Be a Key to Longer and Healthier Life

Anew study led by Columbia researchers involving dozens of aging researchers around the world found that taurine supplements can slow down the aging process in worms, mice, and monkeys and can even extend the healthy lifespans of middle-aged mice by up Readmore

06 JUNE
2023

Decade-long research project that explores aging in South Africa receives NIH/NIA funding for additional waves and national expansion, with a special emphasis on cognitive health

Researchers from the Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies (HCPDS), the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, the University of the Witwatersrand, and the University of Cape Town have been awarded $27 million from the National InstituReadmore

02 MAY
2023

Research Snapshot: DNA replication discovery opens pathways to understanding and treating cancer, aging and degenerative disease

An international collaboration steered by David Cortez, Richard N. Armstrong, Ph.D. Chair for Innovation in Biochemistry, explored how cells tolerate DNA damage and genome instability—and they arrived at conclusions that will redirect research into DNA Readmore

27 JUNE
2023

Roche Alzheimer’s disease Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF) assays receive FDA clearance, supporting more accurate and timely diagnosis

Roche today announced that its Elecsys® beta-Amyloid (1-42) CSF II (Abeta42) and Elecsys® Phospho-Tau (181P) CSF (pTau181) assays have received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k) clearance. The Elecsys AD CSF Abeta42 and pTau181 assays (useReadmore

22 MAY
2023

Age is just a number: How older adults view healthy aging

A new McKinsey Health Institute (MHI) survey of more than 21,000 older adults (defined as those aged 55 and older) across 21 countries finds that respondents largely agree about the importance of having purpose, managing stress, enjoying meaningful connecReadmore

25 MAY
2023

Study: Exercise slows aging process according to new mRNA measurements

Research conducted at Loma Linda University Health suggests that even small doses of regular exercise in sedentary older adults can have a significant effect in slowing the aging process at the level of molecular gene expression.Readmore

17 MAY
2023

Studying brain activity of swallowing helps researchers understand aging, disease

Researchers at the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology, Carle Hospital, and Purdue University teamed up to develop a new imaging tool that will improve our understanding of how the brain controls swallowing in both healthy patients and tReadmore

24 MAY
2023

Multivitamin Improves Memory in Older Adults, Study Finds

By the end of the first year, memory improved for people taking a daily multivitamin, compared with those taking a placebo. The researchers estimate the improvement, which was sustained over the three-year study period, was equivalent to about three yearsReadmore

23 MAY
2023

Decrease Oxygen to Boost Longevity? Study in mice suggests that oxygen restriction could extend life span

• Living in a low-oxygen environment extended life spans, preserved neurologic function in mice. • Findings add to a growing body of research showing oxygen restriction may ward off neurologic decline and extend life span in animal models. • MechaReadmore

25 MAY
2023

Running Throughout Middle Age Keeps ‘Old’ Adult-Born Neurons ‘Wired’

For the study, researchers focused on the effects of long-term running on a network of new hippocampal neurons that were generated in young adult mice, at middle age. These “mice on the run” demonstrate that running throughout middle age keeps old aduReadmore

27 APR
2023

Scientists Slow Aging by Engineering Longevity in Cells

In this study, the researchers genetically rewired the circuit that controls cell aging. From its normal role functioning like a toggle switch, they engineered a negative feedback loop to stall the aging process. The rewired circuit operates as a clock-liReadmore

22 MAY
2023

Tracking our aging brains

Researchers work across disciplines to explore line between natural aging, cognitive diseaseReadmore

25 APR
2023

Accelerated Biological Aging May Contribute to Depression and Anxiety

A study by researchers at Columbia Mailman School of Public Health and Peking University School of Public Health provides some of the first, large-scale evidence that processes of biological aging may contribute to the risk of depression and anxiety.Readmore

23 MAY
2023

Wang Awarded $3.2M NIH Grant to Study Female Reproductive Aging

Understanding the precise mechanism by which the female organ ages is a prerequisite for ultimately developing counteracting measures for such a big problem. But in society, most of the attention has been focused on ovarian aging so farReadmore

28 MAR
2023

Retinal scans: A non-invasive, inexpensive method to track human aging

The blood vessel-rich tissue in the retina, can be used to track human aging, in a way that is non-invasive, less expensive and more accurate than other aging clocks that are currently available.Readmore

23 MAR
2023

FUNDING BY THE MARGA AND WALTER BOLL FOUNDATION

Peter Tessarz investigates the ageing of the liverReadmore

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 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

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

25 JAN
2023

Scientists identify drug that could extend lifespan

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

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

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

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

13 JAN
2023

Lessons on Human Longevity … From Rockfish

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

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

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

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