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Heralding a New ERA of Increased Life Expectancy and Good Health

Improving human health has been enormously helped by deciphering the human genome. Yet if we are to better understand physical processes, for example the...
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Heralding a new ERA of increased life expectancy and good health

A new study, drawing on the work of the EU-funded ERA project along with the further support of two others, finds more evidence that...
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Dieting Causes Epigenetic Changes During Ageing

Reduced food consumption extends the lifespan of many organisms, including primates. The biology behind how this is achieved, however, is not yet fully understood....