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Naked Mole-Rats: Live Slow, Die Old
Naked mole-rats have unusual biology, like cancer resistance, that presents a unique opportunity for aging researchers to uncover their secrets.
When does “healthy” turn to “healthy aging”?
Eric discusses new data showing that healthy habits in midlife return outsize benefits in the later years
Ow-steoporosis: New research directions for a common condition
Read our latest blog post for info on how scientists are looking into ways to build bone health
Cognitive Fitness: Help your brain look great in spandex
Our CEO Dr. Eric Verdin explains exciting research about the best exercise to prevent AND delay dementia
Aging is inevitable, but let’s make it better
Scientists are working toward developing treatments that use Dr...
The Microbiome: you and your trillion little friends
Eric dives into the the emerging science of the microbiome and how it evolves during aging
Cellular Housekeeping: How autophagy models in mice could lead to treatment in humans
A post from three graduate students about new possibilities for promoting autophagy
Nature Nurtures: Food is the Best Source for Vitamins
Buck CEO Dr. Eric Verdin discusses the best source for vitamins...
Can getting rid of senescent cells in the brain reduce memory loss?
A special guest blog from Alejandro Lopez-Ramirez, Lab Manager in the Ellerby lab and Lauren Wimer, Dominican University of California graduate student in the Kapahi lab.
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