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Mitochondrial dysfunction predictive factor for cognitive decline

Mitochondrial dysfunction in skeletal muscles is potentially linked to cognitive impairment and biomarkers of Alzheimer's disease, suggesting a connection between muscle health and brain health in ageing and neurodegeneration. October 2023 - Alzheimer's & Dementia...

The link between gut health and ageing acceleration

Gut bacteria may causally influence biological ageing by altering DNA methylation, with implications for microbiota-focused longevity therapies. November 2023 - Scientific Reports   Key takeaways   Gut microbiota's causal role: The diversity and presence of...

Blood markers linked to living longer

Unique blood biomarkers in centenarians hint at possible longevity predictors, offering insights into the biological factors that contribute to living to 100 years compared to those who do not reach this age. September 2023 - GeroScience   Key takeaways  ...

Rejuvenation with young vesicles

Young extracellular vesicles show promise in reversing age-related deterioration in elderly rats and human cellular models, hinting at innovative anti-ageing treatments. July 2023 - Scientific Reports   Key takeaways   Young extracellular vesicles promote...

Zoledronic acid: A breakthrough in longevity research

Zoledronic acid, a medication known for reducing fracture risk, has shown potential benefits beyond skeletal health. Some studies indicate that it can decrease mortality in humans and extend both lifespan and health span in animals. These additional effects may be...

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