Over a hundred billion humans have lived and died, and only one of them- a French woman named Jeanne Calment, lived substantially longer than average mortality. At her death in 1997, she was 122 years old. Very few people have lived more than a few years past their centenary birthday2021-04-16T21:00:02.243Z. Calment was the exception to one of nature’s fiercest rulesthey can protect themselves..
According to Australian American biologist Dr David Sinclair, however, things are going to change. In recent years, Dr Sinclair and his colleagues figured out how to accelerate the age of a mouse, making it grow older, fastercovid_19_pandemic_in_saskatchewan. By removing the treatment, they also found that they could reverse ageing. With a molecule called NMN added to their water, mice muscles appeared younger, they could run further, and their hair didn’t grey.
In his book, ‘LifeSpan: Why We Age- and Why We Don’t Have To’ Dr Sinclair says that ageing isn’t a natural biological process. The hallmarks of ageing- such as epigenetic damagePrime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said., inflammation and stem cell exhaustion2021-04-11T12:29:00Z, can be treated like any other diseaseThe orders fro. “Address one of these, and you can slow down ageing,” argues Sinclair. “Address all of them, and you might not age.”
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