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Tick tock, is it 60 years o’clock? Exciting study in @naturemedicine about a #biologicalclock from blood proteins, with "waves” of change at ages 34, 60, and 78. Read Buck CEO @EricVerdin's insights on how this could impact healthcare! #livebetterlonger https://zurl.co/qFhy

New in @naturemedicine today: A perspective piece on the role of #chronicinflammation in disease. Congrats to Buck authors Dr. David Furman, Dr. Judy Campisi, and @EricVerdin! #livebetterlonger https://www.nature.com/articles/s41591-019-0675-0

The bad side of aging is the #disease that comes with it. Developing good #biomarkers for aging can help assess disease risk and support early intervention so we can #livebetterlonger https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2019-12/uoc-shp112719.php

Join us in supporting the next generation of scientists in research on longevity! Together, we can lead the charge against age-related diseases and help us all #livebetterlonger Donate! https://www.buckinstitute.org/support/?modalopen=true?BBFund=108

Increasing #stemcells is not always good. #Highfatdiet leads to more intestinal stem cells, which may be a driver of #colorectalcancer. A study from @RutgersNB finds that genes HNF4A and HNF4G likely regulate how stem cells burn fat #livebetterlonger https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2019-11/ru-isc112219.php