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Balancing Rocks Depicting Genomic Instability

Keep your Genome Stable to live a long healthier life

June 14, 2020

There is an important reason why ‘genomic instability’ takes the number one position on the list of hallmarks. It is often called the big boss of the 4 primary hallmarks. Ultimately, genomic instability influences every single parameter, process and outcome of all the other hallmarks. The blueprint (or code) printed in our genome is the information for all life and is the starting point of everything that makes us human.

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Is There A Longevity Gene – and Do You Have It?

June 01, 2020

How often do we hear someone say, ‘when my times up – it’s up!’ Seems pretty fatalistic to me, however, much of our society still believes that humans can only live up to about 80 years of age and it is only the extremely lucky that can make it to 100 years or more.

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Why Do We Age and Can We Avoid It?

October 12, 2019

2013 was a momentous year. It culminated in the development of a paper put together by a group of scientists charged with reviewing all the literature on ageing and coming up with what they called the Nine Hallmarks of Ageing. This paper galvanised the scientific community and opened up new areas of research and the generation of emerging theories on how we age.

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Blueberries Nutrient Benefits

Are Blueberries Really The Healthiest Food in the World?

October 06, 2019

Imagine a life where we could all sit around with friends and family sipping a glass of red wine and popping juicy little blueberries into our mouth all day. While we know this isn’t an option for most of us, scientists have discovered that the nutrients found in these two plants can extend our life and make us look younger.

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How to reverse the journey to chronic disease

September 15, 2019

We hear a lot about chronic disease nowadays: cancer, heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, alzheimer’s, the list goes on. But is it bad luck that we get these medical problems? Are they inevitable or is there something we can do about it?

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