Health and Longevity through Telomere Science

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If you haven’t heard much about Telomeres, you soon will!

If you haven’t heard much about Telomeres, you soon will!

They are the ends of the Chromosomes on every cell in your body; the Nobel Prize was recently awarded to scientists who’ve identified them as a biological clock closely tied to living a longer, healthier life. We’ve created agemarker.com to keep you informed on the latest developments on this important science and– most importantly–how you can apply it to your life.

End of Aging and Cancer? Scientists Unveil Structure of the ‘Immortality’ Enzyme Telomerase

End of Aging and Cancer? Scientists Unveil Structure of the ‘Immortality’ Enzyme Telomerase

Posted by: on May 4, 2018 | No Comments

Making a drug is like trying to pick a lock at the molecular level.

AI Scientists Via Their ‘Aging Clock’ May Have Discovered How To Rewind Our Biological Clocks

AI Scientists Via Their ‘Aging Clock’ May Have Discovered How To Rewind Our Biological Clocks

Posted by: on Mar 2, 2018 | No Comments

Every single one of us is on the clock. And we are comprised of the many clocks ticking at different rates at the molecular, cellular, tissue, organ, system, body, physiology and social levels. But one company is hoping its new technology will encourage health-conscious people all over the world to find their weakest clock and repair or rewind it.

Ketogenic diet improves healthspan and memory in aging mice

Ketogenic diet improves healthspan and memory in aging mice

Posted by: on Nov 30, 2017 | No Comments

A ketogenic diet significantly improved memory in aging mice and increased the animal’s chances of surviving to old age.

Anti-aging stem cell treatment proves successful in early human trials

Anti-aging stem cell treatment proves successful in early human trials

Posted by: on Oct 26, 2017 | No Comments

Scientists have been making significant headway recently, studying a variety of anti-aging targets, from discovering a protein that can restore hair and improve fitness in old mice, to revealing how fecal transplants increase the lifespan of some fish. But the arena of stem cell transplantation has offered some of the most exciting anti-aging research outcomes.

Team finds that telomere length can have a direct correlation to heart failure in humans

Team finds that telomere length can have a direct correlation to heart failure in humans

Posted by: on Sep 7, 2017 | No Comments

Each cell in the average human body contains 23 pairs of chromosomes, with four telomeres on each pair. While there is a length range for classifying a healthy telomere, researchers found, for the first time ever, that people with heart failure have shorter telomeres within the cells that make up the heart muscle (known as cardiomyocytes).