These Bats Don't Seem to Die of Old Age—Can They Help Extend the Human Lifespan?
Unlike in humans, the telomeres of long-lived bats do not appear to shrink with age.
A Genetic Test Told Me My Body is 34 Years Old
I'm actually 27.
Scientists Found a Way to Stop Aging in Human Cells
They targeted telomeres, caps on chromosomes whose length roughly corresponds to age.
How Not to Die
People Who Work Out Are Biologically Younger
But if you want that edge, you're really going to have to work for it.
Why Scientists Are Surprised by Astronaut Scott Kelly’s ‘Space Genes’
Does spaceflight have anti-aging effects?
Soft Drinks Might Be Rotting Your DNA
A link between the ingestion of sugary soda and premature cellular aging adds to a mounting bank of research on the potential health risks associated with soft drinks.
Unemployment Might Make You Age Faster
A Finnish study found men unemployed for over two years aged on a cellular level.