Who doesn't want to stay youthful for as long as possible? Soon, there could be a way to stave off aging as scientists reveal a promising anti-aging drug that boosts the immune system of the elderly.
The discovery of the UCLA researchers for the solution of hair loss is the answer to millions of balding individuals. The solution is at hand and patients will restore their crowning glory once more.
The dangers of air pollution are particularly harsh on the youth.
Plasma from human umbilical cords and younger mice have surprisingly proven to improve cognitive function of old mice.
New study showed that it is still possible for the aging process to be reversed.
Once the peptide was tested in mice whose equivalent age in humans is 90, it restored its missing fur, improved some organ functions and rejuvenated its stamina.
Three elderly women blinded by the promises of stem cell treatments are now, sadly, legally blind.
Adult stem cells that were collected directly from human fats have the potential to be used in anti-aging treatments.
Reducing calorie consumption by eating less could slow the aging process at a cellular level.
A dose of the hormone kisspeptin could help men struggling with the sex lives by bringing back their lost sexual urges.
Ambrosia is owned by Jesse Karmazin, who has a medical degree in Princeton but is not licensed to practice medicine.
Older adults taking a certain class of drugs to counter depression, anxiety and other health problems were more likely to visit emergency rooms and require hospitalization.
A new form of gene therapy tested on mice has been proven to rejuvenate the cells. Scientists claim that there will come a time when this specific gene therapy can finally be tested on humans, and people are getting excited. Could this mean that the age-old search for the fountain of youth is within our grasp?
Scientists at Salk Institute in La Jolla, California have successfully develop a new form of gene therapy that was capable of reversing the aging process of mice models and lengthen their life by 30 percent.