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A 107-year-old New York woman credited her long life to staying single. Here’s what 6 other centenarians had to say about their secrets to a lon...
Louise Signore also credited her Italian diet and staying away from cake and soda as a reason for her long life.
Small habit changes — such as volunteering or scheduling a call with your parents — can improve your long-term happiness.
Bob Weighton and Alfred Smith aren't related but share the exact same birthday, and neither knows the secret to their longevity.
A handful of activities can be truly detrimental to your health. In some cases, new studies have found a link between those habits and an early death.
The CEO of a startup aimed at harnessing the benefits of young blood shares his real plan to beat aging
A startup called Alkahest is studying the anti-aging effects of young blood to design drugs that could fight age-related diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.
A controversial startup that charges $8,000 to fill your veins with young blood now claims to be up and running in 5 cities across the US
A company called Ambrosia is charging $8,000 for the procedure and accepting PayPal payments. But there's little to no evidence that it would work.
Google’s life-extension spinoff teamed up with Ancestry to study 54 million family trees — and learned that a surprising factor helps dete...
Ancestry partnered with Google's life-extension spinoff and discovered that our genes play less of a role in how long we live than previously thought.
Money has been pouring into startups researching longevity as treatments for aging become more of a reality. Here are the venture funds and pharma companies placing bets.
A new startup backed by an anti-aging wunderkind is taking cues from animal hibernation to help humans recover from heart attacks and strokes
Fauna Bio, a new biopharmaceutical startup backed by venture capitalist Laura Deming, is researching hibernating animals to unveil clues about how the human body can protect itself in emergency medical conditions like trauma, heart attack, and stroke.
‘There is no reality here’: Researchers whose work inspired a startup to charge $8,000 to fill patients’ veins with young blood say ...
A startup called Ambrosia that charges $8,000 to fill your veins with the blood of young people plans to launch its first clinic this year. But researchers who study blood transfusions called the procedure "dangerous" and said the idea behind it is based on "incorrect interpretations" of their work.