Category Archives: cell biology

Longevity and the Benefits of Fasting

by Rima Martin Fun Fact: an article in Cell Stem Cell, published by Elsevier’s Cell Press, found that a simple dietary intervention — periodic fasting — may combat both chemotherapy-induced and aging-related changes in immune cell function by replenishing stem … Continue reading

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Heliopatch the wearable that Could Replace Antioxidant Supplements

Human Half-Cell releases the Heliopatch, a patch that could enhance both cognitive and physical performance based on placement location of the patch. Austin TX, April. 20th, 2016 — Free radicals are thought to be the basis for much of our … Continue reading

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The MMTP introduces Professor Judith Campisi, of the Buck Institute.

Judith Campisi got her B.A. in Chemistry in 1974 and Ph.D. in Biochemistry in 1979 from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and completed her postdoctoral training at the Harvard Medical School in 1982. She initially joined … Continue reading

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The Two Faces of Aging: Cancer and Cellular Senescence

Author: Adam Alonzi Aging, inflammation, cancer, and cellular senescence are all intimately interconnected. Deciphering the nature of each thread is a tremendous task, but must be done if preventative and geriatric medicine ever hope to advance. A one dimensional analysis … Continue reading

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