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A molecular clue to longevity

  A molecular clue to longevity by Laura Daniel Understanding the processes that regulate aging is crucial to potentially increasing longevity and enhancing quality of life. Using the budding yeast, Saccharomyces cerevisiae (S. cerevisiae), Christopher Lord, Ph.D., Ophir Ospovat and ...

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A new reason to love coffee

The researchers also found that the inflammatory mechanism was dampened among older participants who tended to drink more caffeinated beverages, such as coffee. Marian Weyo/Shutterstock Click for a full size image   A new reason to love coffee Caffeine may ...

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Why Do we Age

Cancer cell undergoing apoptosis. This programmed cell death mechanism is one of the causes of ageing. S. GSCHMEISSNER / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY / COSMOS Click for a full size image Why Do we Age? by Vincent Géli and Eric Gilson ...

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Lazarovden/ST.Lazarus Day

Lazarovden/ST.Lazarus Day Lazarovden is a Christian holiday named after St. Lazarus. The name Lazarus is a symbol of health and longevity. Lazarus was a friend of Jesus and when he died was buried three days after his death, God says – ...

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Genetic Secrets Of Longevity Discovered

Genetic Secrets Of Longevity Discovered by Justine Alford Photo credit: Vinoth Chandar, “The Beauty of Old Age,” Via Flickr. CC BY 2.0 What’s the secret to living longer? Scientists have been pondering this for some time now and while we ...

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