Monday, September 9, 2019
One last thing I was thinking about in response to a SENS video is using the anti-aging industry in biomedical gerontology's favor. To actually get out there and promote genuine anti-aging therapies rather than creams and other cosmetics. #antiaging— Zena O'Brien (@ZenaMOBrien) December 18, 2018
Regardless whether you put #aging out of your mind or not you're going to continue to age until it becomes a problem. Instead of putting it out of your mind until the problem's at your doorstep why not try to reverse it? Indeed biogerontology & biomedical gerontology are on it.— Zena O'Brien (@ZenaMOBrien) January 10, 2019
187 years old! Older than the light bulb, yet alone cars, computers, rockets... I'd like to see an effort to keep him in medically good health from my friends in biomedical gerontology... I mean, imagine the effect that laser bone re-growth, gland... https://t.co/tNySJbaBAB— Roy Carl Stanley (@roycarlstanley) March 29, 2019
Friday, September 6, 2019
In a small trial, drugs seemed to rejuvenate the body’s ‘epigenetic clock’, which tracks a person’s biological age.
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I urge our govt to develop new growth indicators that will give equal importance to non-economic aspects of well-being http://t.co/vI9ch4fE ...