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Researchers have identified a genetic tweak that can slow aging in mice.
Research suggests a new mechanism for aging in worms.
The discovery has implications for the treatment of several diseases—as well as normal aging in healthy people.
Brain imaging and economic research suggest that older people make less predictable decisions about money.
To price insurance policies and calculate retirement benefits more accurately, a new breed of life-span modelers is turning to personal data about who you are and how you live your life.
Worms given life-span-enhancing mutations produce offspring that lack the responsible genes but live longer anyway.
Research uncovers the cellular defects that cause this type of forgetfulness.