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Population aging: Hallmark of the 21st century
While rapid population growth may be the defining feature of the 20th century, with world population nearly quadrupling from 1.6 to 6.1 billion, the hallmark of the 21st century is likely to be population aging.
Aging population a liability for working people
Good news derailed UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s manifesto launch. She might not have seen it that way — it is rare for any party to abandon a manifesto pledge just four days after its announcement and U-turns of this nature are embarrassing for a sitting prime minister with a reputation as a stickler for detail. But none the less, the social care debacle is the result of some exceptionally good news.
Omega-3, omega-6 fatty acids linked to healthy brain aging
Two new studies have identified links between polyunsaturated fatty acids in the blood and integrity of brain structures and cognitive abilities in aging.
Regular exercise cuts cellular aging by nine years
Despite their best efforts, no scientist has ever come close to stopping humans from aging. Even anti-aging creams can't stop Old Father Time.
New protein discovered in aging, cancer
A protein has been found to have a previously unknown role in the ageing of cells, according to an early study by Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). The researchers hope that the findings could one day lead to new treatments for ageing and early cancer.
Study: Too much sitting accelerates aging
You might age a lot faster if you sit too much, a new study said.
Scientists reverse aging process
Eternal life for humans became a real possibility after scientists revealed they had discovered how to reverse the aging process in animals.
Mail-order tests check for signs of early aging
Your cells might be aging faster than you are, and new tests purport to help you find out.
Lithium study helps scientists unlock aging puzzle
A common drug could hold the key to long life, in flies at least, according to research.
Low B12 seen in aging, autism and schizophrenia
The brains of the elderly and younger people with autism and schizophrenia may share a common link: Both have low levels of vitamin B12, researchers say.
Cause of hair loss during aging
Two groups of researchers working on two different projects have made inroads into understanding the cause of alopecia — the gradual loss of hair during aging.
Exercising at 40 could slow aging
We all know that exercise is critical to staying healthy and living longer. New research suggests that exercising after age 40, in whatever dose, may be the most critical time of all.
Study shows how aging cripples the immune system
Scientists from the Florida campus of The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have shown how aging cripples the production of new immune cells, decreasing the immune system's response to vaccines and putting the elderly at risk of infection. The study goes on to show that antioxidants in the diet slow this damaging process.
PTSD linked to accelerated aging
Researchers at University of California suggest that people with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may also be at risk for accelerated aging or premature senescence.
Aging brain: Signal variability, mind performance
As we age, the physical make up of our brains changes. This includes changes in neural processing in grey matter, but also in the deterioration of structural connections in the brain, which allow communication between distinct brain regions, so the brain is able to work as a well-wired network system.

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