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    27 jan
    2023

    The “spectacular progress” in research into slowing down aging, analyzed in Cell by Maria A. Blasco and other leading researchers in the field

    • The authors have identified 12 hallmarks of aging, which are measurable processes that can be manipulated to accelerate or slow the deterioration of the body associated with aging.Readmore

    23 JAN
    2023

    Hypertension drug could be repurposed to delay ageing, study finds

    Researchers have found that the drug rilmenidine can extend lifespan and slow ageing.Readmore

    22 May
    2023

    A new molecule effectively eliminates 'zombie' cells

    After sometime, the body's cells stop working properly and begin to accumulate, which eventually leads to tissues ageingReadmore

    6 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

    10 August
    2023

    UCLA researchers lead groundbreaking studies on mammalian aging and life span

    “We've discovered that the life spans of mammals are closely associated with chemical modifications of the DNA molecule, specifically known as epigenetics, or more accurately, methylation. In essence, mammals with longer life spans exhibit more pronouncReadmore

    17 Aug
    2023

    Stanford Medicine-led research identifies gene ‘fingerprint’ for brain aging

    A study in mice finds that white matter — the tissue that transmits messages around the brain — shows the greatest changes as the animals age. Readmore

    30 Aug
    2023

    Stanford Medicine-led study finds genetic factor fends off Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s

    A massive study of medical and genetic data shows that people with a particular version of a gene involved in immune response had a lower risk of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.Readmore

    04 Sep
    2023

    Global ageing research consortium tackles the challenge of healthy ageing

    The global partnership led by Imperial will explore how humans age and aims to develop new interventions to support healthy ageing.Readmore

    21 Sep
    2023

    Researchers find success with stem cell therapy in mice model of Alzheimer’s disease

    In a Stanford Medicine study, scientists transplanted stem cells into mice and found reduction of brain abnormalities typical of Alzheimer’s disease.Readmore

    27 Sep
    2023

    AI-driven techniques reveal new targets for drug discovery

    Researchers have developed a method to identify new targets for human disease, including neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease.Readmore

    03 Oct
    2023

    Type 2 diabetes diagnosis at age 30 can reduce life expectancy by up to 14 years

    An individual diagnosed with type 2 diabetes at age 30 years could see their life expectancy fall by as much as 14 years, an international team of researchers has warned.Readmore

    19 Oct
    2023

    Surgery-free brain stimulation could provide new treatment for dementia

    A new form of deep brain stimulation offers hope for an alternative treatment option for dementia, without the need for surgery.Readmore

    30 Oct
    2023

    Penn Medicine Receives $5 Million Grant to Study Next Generation of Dementia Treatments

    Penn physicians and scientists will lead studies on underlying mechanisms of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias with a grant from the Delaware Community FoundationReadmore

    7 JAN
    2023

    “Unexpected” – Scientists Discover an Anti-Aging Mechanism

    The mechanism extends the life of the immune system.Readmore

    29 Dec
    2022

    Uncovering the Secrets of SuperAgers

    A new USC Leonard Davis School project aims to provide life lessons from the people who are redefining old age.Readmore

    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 nationReadmore

    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 factorsReadmore

    20 Dec
    2022

    Foundation grants support newly published research at the intersection of stress responses, aging and cellular structure and function.

    A recent study led by Assistant Professor of Gerontology Ryo Sanabria has identified a key protein that helps regulate the actin cytoskeleton, a scaffold of proteins within cells that makes their proper structure and function possible.Readmore

    19 dec
    2022

    Older adults with advanced heart failure report differences in quality of life based on their pending surgical treatment

    Advanced heart failure patients report differences in health-related quality of life based on the surgical therapies available to them, according to an NIA-funded study published in Journal of the American Heart Association. 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

    12 DEC
    2022

    Freenome presents research highlighting the promise of identifying drug-response biomarkers for dlbcl patients

    Freenome, a privately held biotech company, presented research on Saturday at the American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting in New Orleans.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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    19 Feb
    2021

    CEO of Longeveron Inc. to Present at the Intercontinental Summit on Aging & Gerontology

    CEO of Longeveron has been invited to give a presentation titled “A Regenerative Medicine Approach to Aging Frailty” at Aging & Gerontology 2021Readmore

    26OCT
    2021

    Longevity Science Foundation’s $1 billion, 10 year distribution shows shift in attitudes since SRF inception

    SRF is elated at the announcement in Longevity Technology of a fund that will distribute more than $1 billion over a ten year period specifically “to research, institutions and...Readmore

    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

    25Nov
    2021

    Pandemic depression persists among older adults, study finds

    The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the mental health of older people living in the community, with those who are lonely faring far...Readmore

    29Nov
    2021

    An overview of the effectiveness of anti-aging diets

    Anti-aging diets, individual foods and supplements have become popular in recent years, spurred on in part, the researchers suggest, by the results of...Readmore

    1 Dec
    2021

    Dementia creates listening issues in quiet, noisy environments

    Listening to the spoken word in noisy environments is challenging for everyone. Acoustic studies show people with mild dementia struggle to...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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    11Nov
    2021

    Johns Hopkins receives $20 million grant to develop technologies for healthy aging

    Aging that will spur the development of artificial intelligence devices (AI) to improve the health of older adults....Readmore

    6 NOV
    2021

    Review underscores the need to increase support for older subsidized housing residents with dementia

    Older adults with dementia or cognitive impairment who live in subsidized housing face complex challenges that....Readmore

    7 NOV
    2021

    Using deductive reasoning based on particle physics' principles in aging research

    Applying deductive reasoning and the principles of particle physics to aging research" which reported that aging....Readmore

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