Some critics of human lifespan extension say the Earth’s finite resources cannot support a population upsurge of aged people, yet AI-based calculations run counter to this notion.
Bryan Johnson reveals his tactics to combat baldness and gray hair, incorporating a mix of FDA-approved treatments, natural oils, and cutting-edge technologies like red light therapy.
Longevity clinics are popping up nationwide, and the exemplary Minnesota-based longevity clinic Miora provides highly personalized anti-aging care.
Stanford’s Dr. Ronjon Nag is utilizing AI and drugs already approved by the FDA to develop a vaccine for aging within the next seven years.
Stanford neuroscientist and longevity podcaster Dr. Andrew Huberman’s daily supplement stack includes NMN, Tongkat Ali, apigenin, magnesium, and more.
Scientists show that NMN may promote hair growth by altering human hair stem cells, whereas the effect of NMN on hair growth in mice is not too convincing.
A community of like-minded people wants to obviate aging, and this is their plan.
Senescent cells — cells that cause inflammation and reduce lifespan — accumulate with age, and compounds called senolytics selectively eliminate them.
The Italian woman Emma Morano lived to 117, remained single throughout most of her life, and maintained a unique diet rich in eggs but low in fruits and vegetables every day since World War I.
Nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) modestly extends the lifespan of ALS mice while improving symptoms but does not boost NAD+ levels in normal mice.
A former factory worker in his 90s who only began exercising after retirement rows 18.5 miles a week and shows the heart health of someone less than half his age.
Harvard study reveals multivitamin supplementation may reduce cognitive aging in older adults by up to two years.
Dr. Michael Lustgarten finds that 600 mg of nicotinic acid raises his NAD+ levels just as much as 2 g of NMN, and you can try it too.
A well-established life-extending intervention, calorie restriction — eating less food without malnourishment — reduces circulating molecules that may contribute to shortened lifespan and chronic disease.
Benidipine, a blood pressure medication, now offers new hope for treating both smoke-induced lung damage and aging-related cellular changes.