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A Journey into the World of BPC-157 and DHH-B: Two Clinical Wonders

Introduction: In the realm of medicine, discoveries that hold the promise of healing and transformation often emerge from nature’s bountiful offerings. Among such treasures, BPC-157 ...

Cellular Senescence Offers Vital Clues for Healthy Aging

In the rapidly evolving field of longevity, emerging research on cellular senescence—a state of stable cell cycle arrest in which cells cease to replicate—offers vital ...

To Slow Aging, Drink More Water

Water makes up 60 percent of the human body and we cannot live without it, yet so many of us do not get enough. Now, ...

Nicotinamide Mononucleotide Increases Muscle Insulin Sensitivity in Prediabetic Women

Among various anti-aging health products, nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) has been gaining attention as a promising anti-aging product. Mitochondrial decay, which is responsible for aging, can ...

Nicotinamide Mononucleotide NMN: what you need to know

Chronic disease in the United States, already highly prevalent, is expected to worsen over the next several decades among all age groups. Chronic diseases are ...

Muscle-Strengthening Activities Lead to a Longer Life

A new study in the British Journal of Sports Medicine makes a strong case for muscle-strengthening activities. According to the research team, who investigated data ...

New Longevity Pathway Discovered

University of Pittsburgh researchers have discovered a new anti-aging pathway that involves cells repairing damaged lysosomes. These structures contribute to longevity by recycling cellular trash. ...

Blue Light Accelerates Aging

Spending hours in front of a smart phone, computer, or other device that emits blue light has been associated with mental health issues and even ...

The Role of NAD+ in Aging

Feeling the effects of aging firsthand can be frustrating and even scary. Getting older doesn’t have to be a negative experience. The key is to ...

A Youthful Mindset Is Key to Aging, Living Well

Feeling young, even at an advanced age, improves medical rehabilitation outcomes, according to a new study in Gerontology. And having a “youthful mindset” helps prevent ...

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