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#25 Why do some parts age faster than others? Different rates of aging of human organs

Aging is a complex and multifaceted process that affects the entire human body. Since Steve Horvath unveiled the first multi-system clock in 2013, there has been a race to identify better ways to quantify the rate and impact of aging in human bodies. It is becoming increasingly clear that at the cellular level, different parts … Read more

#24 The transcriptomic clock: An innovative tool for biological age estimation

Aging is a complex biological process that affects all living organisms, including humans. As we age, our cells and tissues undergo molecular changes that can influence our health and well-being. In this context, scientists have developed the transcriptomic clock, an innovative tool that uses gene expression to estimate an individual’s biological age. Understanding gene expression … Read more

#23 The Brain-Metabolic Connection

Introduction Mental health is an area of great interest and complexity, and more and more studies have begun to explore the connection between metabolic pathways and emotional well-being. The brain, being the most energetically demanding organ in the body, is intrinsically linked to several metabolic pathways that regulate energy and nutrient supply. In this article, … Read more

#22 How to monitor inflammation through transcriptomics analysis and metabolic pathways in the body

Introduction Inflammation is a natural response of the body’s immune system to injury or infection. However, when it becomes chronic or dysregulated, it can trigger a number of serious diseases and disorders. In the search for more accurate and efficient tools to monitor inflammation, transcriptomics has become a powerful ally. In this article, we will … Read more

#21 Living to 85 years of age in top shape: What conclusions do the experts draw?

The quest for a long and healthy life is a common desire in our society today. Fortunately, there are numerous strategies backed by experts in the field of longevity to guide us toward that goal. In this article, we will explore guidelines for diet, rest, supplementation and other lifestyle habits, endorsed by renowned leaders in … Read more

#19 Rapamycin: Exploring the potential of a promising drug for healthy aging

Aging is a natural process that we all experience throughout our lives. As we age, our bodies face challenges such as increased chronic inflammation and higher incidence of age-related diseases. However, in recent years, the scientific community has been investigating the potential of a drug called rapamycin to counteract these effects of aging. In this … Read more

#18 Inflammaging: Why do I become inflamed as I get older?

Aging is a process involving numerous molecular and cellular mechanisms within various metabolic and organ systems. A key aspect of aging is the set of alterations, both functional and structural, in the immune system, which can manifest as an increased incidence of disease, increased prevalence of autoimmunity, low-grade inflammation, reduced ability to fight infections of … Read more