Mouse study indicates that gender and age have an impact on the genetics of longevity

Nov 29, 2022

Mouse study indicates that gender and age have an impact on the genetics of longevity

There is evidence, according to a group of scientists with ties to various Swiss and US universities, that gender as well as age have an impact on the genes that impact the lifespan. The team discusses its investigation into aging...
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Ten seconds of standing on one leg could reveal your mortality risk

Nov 21, 2022

Ten seconds of standing on one leg could reveal your mortality risk

The link between aerobic exercise and health has long been understood. Less focus has been placed on nonaerobic form of workout, which includes elements like balance, and muscular strength/power. However, a new study recommends that it should be emphasized more...
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November 11 was marked by introduction of Eternity Life Forum

Nov 16, 2022

November 11 was marked by introduction of Eternity Life Forum

It was first event of its kind to be viewed in metaverse: ability to walk the halls, interact with other attendees and expertise benefits of an offline event. EL Forum has become for both speakers and visitors an absolute quintessence...
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B Cell Transplantation Enhances B Cell Function in Young Mice

Nov 14, 2022

B Cell Transplantation Enhances B Cell Function in Young Mice

Recently, scientists investigated why B cells lose effectiveness with age by seeing how they behave when transferred from old mice into young ones. Complex defense system in our body Our immunity keeps us in good health and is crucial to...
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Welcome to the first medical forum in the metaverse

Nov 2, 2022

Welcome to the first medical forum in the metaverse

Eternity Life Forum is an accumulation of valuable knowledge, as well as an exchange of expertise of scientists who will introduce the innovations of a new generation in the healthcare field and methods of increasing human life expectancy. Constantly paying...
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Older people with regular activity routines feel happier

Oct 21, 2022

Older people with regular activity routines feel happier

Older people who awake early and stay active all day are more often in good spirits and show better results in doing cognitive assessment & function tests compared to those with erratic activities, new research led by Pitt scientists suggests. The findings...
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Modern people generate more brain neurones than Neandertals

Oct 12, 2022

Modern people generate more brain neurones than Neandertals

The asking of which feature is special to modern people has been a hot topic for scientists. Comparative analysis with our close extinct relatives, the Neandertals, however, gives thrilling findings. The growing size of neurone generation during the growth of...
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Coffee drinking is related to increased lifespan

Oct 12, 2022

Coffee drinking is related to increased lifespan

Having 2-3 coffee cups a day is not only a pleasurable part of your lifestyle but is also linked with life longevity and reduces the probability of heart disorder in comparison with non-consuming this beverage, new research issued in the...
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When will humans be able to upload their brains to a computer?

Oct 7, 2022

When will humans be able to upload their brains to a computer?

Speaking about human consciousness, we often think it is just an input and output of electrical signals within a network of processing units – thus it resembles a computer. The reality, however, is much more complex: first of all, we...
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Breath Training Twice a Day Can Lower Hypertension

Oct 4, 2022

Breath Training Twice a Day Can Lower Hypertension

Are you going to gym sessions or using brisk walks to keep your body in shape? Despite you doing your best on the sports mat, you might be losing out on working out certain muscles – those engaged in the processes of...
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