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Mutation of growth hormone receptor gene in men found to lengthen lifespan
A team of researchers with member affiliations in the U.S., France and Israel has found that a mutation in a growth hormone receptor gene can make some men live longer
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Scientists find 5 life skills which bring health, wealth and success
The five life skills which bring health, wealth and success throughout life have been discovered by scientists.
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Silicon Valley's Quest to Live Forever

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Silicon Valley's Quest to Live Forever
Can billions of dollars’ worth of high-tech research succeed in making death optional?
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3 Exciting Biotech Trends to Watch Closely in 2017

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3 Exciting Biotech Trends to Watch Closely in 2017
As I start to look at the emerging trends of 2017 from the vantage of IndieBio, where we see hundreds of biotech startup applications and technologies per year, a few key themes are already emerging. Even as political landscapes change, science and technology continue to push forward.
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Interval training exercise could be a fountain of youth
Looking for a fountain of youth? You may need to search no further than your sneakers. Exercise, particularly high-intensity interval training, encourages your cells to make more proteins to feed their energy-producing machinery -- and this arrests the aging process, according to a new study published Tuesday in the journal Cell Metabolism.
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Should We Die?

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Should We Die?
Radical longevity may change the way we live — and not necessarily for the better.
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Novel loci and pathways significantly associated with longevity
Only two genome-wide significant loci associated with longevity have been identified so far, probably because of insufficient sample sizes of centenarians, whose genomes may harbor genetic variants associated with health and longevity.
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The War on Aging: An Update from the Front Lines

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The War on Aging: An Update from the Front Lines
Interventions into the degenerative aging process are still only in their infancy. A long war will need to be fought from basic research on cell cultures and animal models to deliver, eventually, effective, safe and widely available human anti-aging therapies.
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Inflammation, not telomere length, predicts healthy longevity of centenarians
Scientists have cracked the secret of why some people live a healthy and physically independent life over the age of 100.
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