“ Have you ever wondered why you can’t fit into that bikini from 10 years ago, or why your pant size seems to go up year after year? When it comes to weight gain and aging well, it’s important to understand why your waist line seems to expand uncontrollably, despite managing your anti-aging diet and physical fitness level.”
Via Rachael Alder
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“ Think you can still leap tall buildings in a single bound in your middle age? Think again.”
Via Peter Mellow
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“ Inducing cells to express telomerase, the enzyme which is supposed to slow down the metabolic clock, has enabled researchers boost the lifespan of mouse by 24% with a single treatment.” Adult and aged mice were treated with the gene therapy, delivering a rejuvenating effect. On average, the mice lived 24% longer. The older mice lived 13% longer. The therapy produces an appreciable improvement on the animal’s health and delayed the onset of age-related diseases. The genes were treated with a DNA-modified virus. The viral genes were replaced by those of the telomerase enzyme, which plays a key role in aging. Telomerase repairs the extreme ends of chromosomes, and slows the cells and therefore the body’s biological clock.
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If 2013 was the year of wearables and health apps, what’s on tap for 2014?
Here are five exciting health tech trends to keep an eye on for the new year.
1. Data in the Doctor’s OfficeAccording to Pew Research, 21% of Americans already use some form of technology to track their health data, and as the market for wearable devices and health apps grows, so too will the mountain of data about our behaviors and vitals. Next year, we may see more of this data incorporated into our day-to-day medical care.
2. Smart Clothes
If a wristband or clip-on tracker isn’t part of your look, there’s hope for you in 2014, because a new wave of wearable smart garments will be hitting the stores next year. In fact, market research company Markets and Markets expects sales of smart clothes and fabrics to reach $2.03 billion by 2018.
3. Augmented NutritionOf course, if you want to fit into the latest smart fashion, you might need to keep better tabs on what you’re eating. We’ve already seen popular apps such as Fooducate make things easy by letting you scan the barcodes on packaged foods to gather nutrition data. In 2014, we’ll see new technologies that take even more of the guesswork out of counting calories. 4. Virtual House Calls
Virtual house calls also just got a big boost with the recent launch of Google Helpouts, a new marketplace for getting personalized help over live video chat. Although it’s still early days for the new service, you can already browse the Google Helpouts Health marketplace for medical advice, mental health issues, nutrition counseling, weight loss and more. You can even get wellness advice for your pets.
5. Health Rewards
If looking and feeling good isn’t enough of a payoff, how about getting paid for getting healthy?
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A large international consortium of researchers has produced the first comprehensive, detailed map of the way genes work across the major cells and tissues of the human body. The findings describe the complex networks that govern gene activity, and the new information could play a crucial role in identifying the genes involved with disease.“Now, for the first time, we are able to pinpoint the regions of the genome that can be active in a disease and in normal activity, whether it’s in a brain cell, the skin, in blood stem cells or in hair follicles,” said Winston Hide, associate professor of bioinformatics and computational biology at Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) and one of the core authors of the main paper in Nature.“This is a major advance that will greatly increase our ability to understand the causes of disease across the body.”The research is outlined in a series of papers published March 27, 2014, two in the journal Nature and 16 in other scholarly journals. The work is the result of years of concerted effort among 250 experts from more than 20 countries as part of FANTOM 5 (Functional Annotation of the Mammalian Genome). The FANTOM project, led by the Japanese institution RIKEN, is aimed at building a complete library of human genes.Researchers studied human and mouse cells using a new technology called Cap Analysis of Gene Expression (CAGE), developed at RIKEN, to discover how 95% of all human genes are switched on and off. These “switches” — called “promoters” and “enhancers” — are the regions of DNA that manage gene activity. The researchers mapped the activity of 180,000 promoters and 44,000 enhancers across a wide range of human cell types and tissues and, in most cases, found they were linked with specific cell types.“We now have the ability to narrow down the genes involved in particular diseases based on the tissue cell or organ in which they work,” said Hide. “This new atlas points us to the exact locations to look for the key genetic variants that might map to a disease.”
Via Dr. Stefan Gruenwald
We are all encouraged to live a healthy lifestyle to avoid potentially life-threatening diseases. Exercising and good dietary habits make a big difference in maintaining our health.
However, for some diseases, our cells carry important information that can alter this equation. It is estimated that the cells in our body have about 30 thousand genes. The information they encode tells each cell how to behave within our body.
For example, a particular gene might determine the eye color of a person; another gene might tell a cell that it should become heart tissue; and yet another could be in charge of producing insulin in our body. However, sometimes these genes can be mutated, causing the gene to be either nonfunctional or functioning with a different behavior. These mutations have been found to cause some of the most challenging diseases.
“Personalized Medicine” is a nascent field that tailors diagnosis and treatment to a patient by analyzing their clinical and genomic information. This is where bioinformaticians are assisting clinicians to achieve better diagnosis, treatments and clinical outcomes. Computer algorithms are a crucial part in this process, since human researchers cannot process the vast amount of information and interactions in the genomic data.
Algorithms can take into consideration a wide range of variables, including clinical signs and symptoms, laboratory data, and information from the DNA, such as the functioning of genes. They combine this information from a wide selection of people to come up with a model that can predict reasonably well the presence of a given disease. The rationale for this is to allow computers to ‘learn from past experiences’, and progressively gather data to improve upon their decisions.
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As we get older DNA material is gradually lost. DNA is the blue print for each of the millions of new cells created every minute. Our cells get weaker, more incomplete, & sometimes diseased as we travel down this road of aging. Too often this process is sped up by stress & toxic environment even in children. As the the body begins to lengthen telomeres & replace missing DNA endless things are corrected. Doctors & scientist are more than too excited by transformations they are seeing in their patients & themselves.
“ Researchers have described for the first time a key target of DNA damage checkpoint enzymes that must be chemically modified to enable stable maintenance of chromosome ends by telomerase, an enzyme thought to play a key role in cancer and aging.”
“News from @AP: Gene therapy scores big wins against blood cancers: http://t.co/liHQoA8eky #UniteBlue #Health”
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“A NEW study has been launched by Scottish researchers to test whether a special weight loss diet can help prevent breast cancer survivors suffering a recurrence of the disease.”
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