Tag Archives: Aging

The U.S. Military Is Testing a Pill That Could Delay Aging

U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM), the organization that administers America’s Spec Ops forces, says it will soon start clinical trials of an “anti-aging pill” that could halt some naturally degenerative effects of aging. “We have completed pre-clinical safety and dosing studies in anticipation of follow-on performance testing in fiscal year 2022,” Navy Commander Tim Hawkins,… Read More »

Weekly Health Quiz: Vaccines, Aging and Obesity

1 Certain vaccines can make you more susceptible to severe infection rather than less through a process known as: Antibody-dependent enhancement Experts have warned about the problematic history of coronavirus vaccines and their propensity to produce antibody‐dependent enhancement (ADE), which could make vaccinated individuals more susceptible to severe infection by SARS-CoV-2 or its variants. Learn… Read More »

Medical News Today: Slow walking speed in midlife linked with faster aging

New research finds that people who tend to walk more slowly at the age of 45 present with signs of premature accelerated aging, both physically and cognitively. New research suggests that a slower walking speed in midlife may be a marker of accelerated aging. Walking speed may be a powerful predictor of lifespan and health.… Read More »

The Triage Theory — Prolonging Healthy Aging by Optimizing Intake of Longevity Vitamins and Minerals

In this interview, Bruce Ames, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of biochemistry and molecular biology at the University of California Berkeley, currently senior scientist at the Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute, discusses the importance of vitamins and minerals for longevity and explains his “triage theory” of nutrients. Ames was born two weeks after my dad, who passed… Read More »