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Donors Driving Discoveries

Unleashing generosity to support scientific discovery
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What is your COVID-19 budget?

A COVID-19 update with a framework for thinking about holiday celebrations
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Driving that Gene, Mutations are Seen: Spreading a new trait through a viral population

Using a CRISPR-based gene drive as a new tool to combat viruses
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Variety is the Spice of Fitness

Combining cardio and strength training to maximize health benefits
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What the experts are saying: Part 4 of our biggest takeaways from our COVID-19 webinars

Vaccines and Immunity
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What the experts are saying: Part 3 of our biggest takeaways from our COVID-19 webinars

Who’s at risk and how should they protect themselves?
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What the experts are saying: Part 2 of our biggest takeaways from our COVID-19 webinars

Public health, personal responsibility
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What the experts are saying: biggest takeaways from our ongoing COVID-19 conversations

Science and research
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Time to improve your health: focusing on circadian rhythms

Your internal clock controls a lot...
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Here’s what’s happening

Upcoming events at the Buck

Service Animal Accommodation
Ongoing

Formal Research Seminars

FRS talks are being held via Zoom through 2020.
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A very happy and healthy Thanksgiving from the Buck Institute #livebetterlonger

Looking to connect the dots between senescence, senolytics, inflammation, NAD, CD38, metabolism AND #aging? @singularityhub has a great writeup of @ACovarrubiasPhD recent @natmetabolism paper making these connections for the 1st time
https://singularityhub.com/2020/11/24/another-win-for-senolytics-fighting-aging-at-the-cellular-level-just-got-easier/

We hope you're celebrating safely, including monitoring your blood sugar! https://zcu.io/jBaG

#Biomarkers and assessing biological vs. chronological age are super important as we move toward aging therapies. @AARP dives into the issue and interviews our own @EricVerdin about modifiable vs. genetic #healthspan factors. https://www.aarp.org/health/conditions-treatments/info-2020/dna-test-biological-age.html

We'll tell you this one now so you can forget by Thanksgiving: more plants in your diet are better than fewer plants! https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2020-11/b-gm111920.php @livebetterlonger