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Feb 1, 2020

Drinking alcohol every day can speed up brain aging

Posted by in categories: life extension, neuroscience

Scientists studied 17,308 human brains from the UK Biobank to see how alcohol affects brains. The brain ages one week per drinking session.

Feb 1, 2020

Campodimele: longevity research

Posted by in categories: food, life extension

I know it is cute to talk about. But the so deemed Longevity secret of this article being amazingly similar to all other studies (again olive oil and wine) then they go on to declare the ages of the village and they then say some of them have even lived past one hundred??? There are many centenarians (I prefer to call them centurians) in all nations that fly under the radar. Such as in Dallas several times a week they wish some one on channel 4 news that is 100 or greater Happy Birthday. But I believe this is a false alarm looking for a place to go off-sound… You be the Judge??? AEWR.


Researchers studying the inhabitants of Campodimele, Italy, who are known for their longevity.

Jan 31, 2020

Longevity expert says these are the foods you must eat to add years to your life

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I am against much in this article… What say Ye??? AEWR.


Sergey Young has dedicated his assets, network connections and global research community toward developing scientifically proven longevity habits.

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Jan 31, 2020

Genomics and BioPharma Pioneer!! — Dr. William Haseltine — Biologist, entrepreneur and philanthropist, now focusing on the issues of healthcare costs, dementia care, and aging — ideaXme — Ira Pastor

Posted by in categories: aging, bioengineering, biological, biotech/medical, business, DNA, genetics, life extension, posthumanism, transhumanism

Jan 31, 2020

From Blood to Bone (and Back)! — Dr. Rhonda Prisby — University of Texas, Arlington — Fascinating ossification research in the Bone Vascular and Micro-Circulation Laboratory — ideaXme — Ira Pastor

Posted by in categories: aging, bioengineering, biological, biotech/medical, DNA, genetics, health, life extension, science, transhumanism

Jan 31, 2020

Dr Rhonda Prisby: From blood to bone and the connections between cardiovascular and skeletal systems

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, life extension

From Blood to Bone (and back)! — Dr. Rhonda Prisby, from University of Texas at Arlington, joins me on ideaXme (http://radioideaxme.com/) to discuss her fascinating research in the Bone Vascular and Micro-Circulation Laboratory, focusing on the unique interaction between vascular and skeletal systems, and novel disease states where vessels become bone-like “dead space”! — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PsK-pPjW020&t=1s #Ideaxme #Bone #Microcirculation #Vasculature #Ossification #Atherosclerosis #Parathyroid #Osteoblast #Osteoclast #Health #Wellness #Regeneration #Longevity #Aging #IraPastor #Bioquark #Regenerage


Ira Pastor, ideaXme exponential health ambassador, interviews Dr. Rhonda Prisby, Associate Professor in the Department of Kinesiology, at The University of Texas at Arlington.

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Jan 30, 2020

LifeXtenShow – Will Life Extension Kill the Pension System?

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Giuliano uses this LE 101 episode of LifeXtenShow to explain what might happen to the pension system if partial, or total, rejuvenation comes to pass – and discusses why such a system was created in the first place.

Jan 29, 2020

Microrobot system regenerates knee cartilage in rabbits

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, life extension, robotics/AI

A team of researchers affiliated with multiple institutions in China and one in Korea has developed a micro-robot system that regenerated knee cartilage in rabbits. In their paper published in the journal Science Advances, the group describes their system and how well it worked.

In many developed countries, the population is growing older, which means aging-related health conditions are on the rise. One such ailment common in older people is degeneration of the in the knees and hips. When this happens, a common treatment is replacing the knee or hip joint with an artificial device. In this new effort, the researchers have found a better way to handle the problem—regrowing the cartilage.

Prior research has shown that found in and fat can be coaxed into growing into cartilage cells. And researchers have also found that stem cells can be used to repair damaged cartilage. The challenge is placing the cells in the body where they are needed and keeping them in place until they attach to the surrounding tissue. In this new effort, the researchers have created a system that was able to overcome these hurdles—at least in rabbits.

Jan 29, 2020

Researchers can reprogramme cells to original state for regenerative medicine

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, life extension

Early mammalian development is a highly complex process involving elaborate and highly coordinated biological processes. One such process is zygotic genome activation (ZGA) which occurs following the union of the sperm and egg, marking the beginning of life. The resultant early embryos, termed ‘zygotes’ are capable of generating the entire organism, a property known as totipotency.

Totipotent sit atop the developmental hierarchy and have the greatest potency of all cell types, giving it limitless therapeutic potential. Surpassing pluripotent embryonic stem cells, which are only able to differentiate into all within the embryo, the totipotent zygote loses its totipotency as it matures into pluripotency.

Scientists at the National University of Singapore’s Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine have now found a way to manipulate pluripotent cells into acquiring the totipotent capacity previously thought to exist only in the zygote. This not only provides key insights into how totipotency is formed and the earliest events in mammalian development, but opens new doors for potential cell therapies that were previously unexplored.

Jan 28, 2020

Building an Atlas of Senescent Cell Secretions

Posted by in category: life extension

Recently, a team of researchers, including Professor Judy Campisi, has published an atlas charting the inflammatory senescence-associated secretory phenotype (SASP) [1].

The nature of the SASP

As we grow older, increasing numbers of our cells enter a state known as senescence. Senescent cells no longer divide to support and help maintain the tissues that they are a part of and instead secrete a range of harmful inflammatory signals: the SASP.

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