Youth Restoring Benefits Of NAD+

Youth Restoring Benefits Of NAD+

Posted by: on Feb 12, 2015 | No Comments

Normal aging is accompanied by a noticeable increase in fatigue and loss of motivation. The tiredness we outwardly feel reflects inward impairment of cellular functions critical to sustaining life. NAD+ is the term used in the scientific literature to describe a cellular compound called nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide.

Blood test promises to help you stall old age

Blood test promises to help you stall old age

Posted by: on Jan 29, 2015 | No Comments

Capitalizing on the culture’s growing obsession with health-monitoring through tech, a fitness-tracking company promises that its latest creation allows users to literally defy aging.

Gene therapy successfully regenerates an old organ inside a living animal

Gene therapy successfully regenerates an old organ inside a living animal

Posted by: on Apr 10, 2014 | No Comments

Researchers from the University of Edinburgh have regenerated an aged organ, in vivo (inside a living animal), to its youthful state though noninvasive manipulation of genes.

Cause of aging reversed in mice—human trials starting in 2014

Cause of aging reversed in mice—human trials starting in 2014

Posted by: on Jan 2, 2014 | No Comments

Researchers have managed to reverse the effects of aging in mice using an approach that restores communication between a cell’s mitochondria and nucleus.

Gene tweak extends mouse lifespans 20%

Gene tweak extends mouse lifespans 20%

Posted by: on Aug 30, 2013 | No Comments

Three-and-a-half months is just a blip in the life of a human being, but it’s a big deal for a mouse. That’s why researchers at the National Institutes of Health generated a bit of buzz this week with their announcement that they had engineered mice with average lifespans of 28 months for males and 31.5 months for females – about 20% longer than the life of the average, non-super mouse.