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.
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.
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.
Ambrosia is owned by Jesse Karmazin, who has a medical degree in Princeton but is not licensed to practice medicine.
Metformin research on mice shows that the drug can lengthen their lives by as much as 40%. The FDA has approved a human trial of metformin as an anti-aging drug. Another drug, nicotinamide riboside, exhibits the ability to boost cell regeneration – in mice.
European scientists are exploring the oceans to look for specific kinds of marine invertebrates that may have anti-aging properties. They are searching for ones that have chemical compounds and associated microbial symbionts that could interfere with aging and/or address other ailments that usually develop as a person gets older.