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Statins May Increase Telomerase Expression

Statins May Increase Telomerase Expression | TA-65 | Scoop.it
By telomerase activation, cholesterol-lowering drugs, statins, may represent a new molecular switch able to slow down cellular aging, researchers suggest.
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According to a new study, cholesterol lowering drugs, statins, may also extend telomeres by increasing telomerase expression, and thus slow human aging. This opens the door for using statins as an anti-aging therapy, researchers suggest.

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Ultrarunners Have a Biological Age 16 Years Less Than Their Chronological Age

Ultrarunners Have a Biological Age 16 Years Less Than Their Chronological Age | TA-65 | Scoop.it
Looking at the ultrarunners telomeres researchers reported that they have telomeres that are significantly longer than those of age-matched sedentary people
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Exercise is said to foster better health and well-being as well as increasing life expectancy. Previous studies have already demonstrated that regular exercise is associated with reduced cardiovascular morbidity and mortality, as well as maintaining telomere length. However, a new study conducted by Australian researchers, found that ultrarunners have a biological age 16 years less than their chronological age.

 

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More Robust Data on TA-65 Users Survey Reported Benefits - 246 Participants

More Robust Data on TA-65 Users Survey Reported Benefits - 246 Participants | TA-65 | Scoop.it
Conducted by researchers at the TA-65 Doctor , the present study included 246 participants, who were taking the TA-65 pill by the time they were surveyed.
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Several scientific studies have already proven the effectiveness of TA-65, but now for the first time, we have a broader view of the possibilities of this magic pill.Conducted by researchers at the TA-65 Doctor blog, the present study included 246 participants (54% male and 46% female, aged 30-94) from 11 countries.

 

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Controversial "Study" Linked Omega 3s to a Higher Cancer Risk

Controversial "Study" Linked Omega 3s to a Higher Cancer Risk | TA-65 | Scoop.it
The "study" suggests that high concentrations of omega-3 fatty acids in fish-oil supplements were associated with a 71% increased risk of prostate cancer.
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What is wrong with the media? Headlines like “Men do not take fish oil supplements” are really shocking me.

 

This was the media response to the latest study (if it can be called a study), published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. Named “Plasma Phospholipid Fatty Acids and Prostate Cancer Risk in the SELECT Trial”, the “study” suggests that high concentrations of fatty acids derived from omega-3-rich oily fish and fish-oil supplements were associated with a 71% increased risk of high-grade prostate cancer. This nonsense was turned into news stories with headlines warning, “Fish oil supplements may raise prostate cancer risk.”

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Resveratrol Neutralize Cardiovascular Benefits of Exercise Training

Resveratrol Neutralize Cardiovascular Benefits of Exercise Training | TA-65 | Scoop.it
In contrast to previous studies, scientists found resveratrol reduced the health benefits of exercise in humans, including blood pressure, cholesterol etc.
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According to study published July 22 in The Journal of Physiology, a natural antioxidant compound called resveratrol can reduced the cardiovascular benefits derived from exercise in elderly men.

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Environmental Pollution Linked to Premature Ageing

According to a recent study, pollution as an environmental stress, causes shortening of telomeres and premature aging at the cellular level.
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According to a recent study from the University of Naples, pollution as an environmental stress, causes shortening of telomeres and premature aging at the cellular level.

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Lobsters are not Immortal, but their Longevity is Linked to Telomerase

Lobsters are not Immortal, but their Longevity is Linked to Telomerase | TA-65 | Scoop.it
Lobster express telomerase as adults, which is related to their longevity. This means that they are not susceptible to the phenomenon known as "senescence"
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Biologists say that older lobsters are actually more fertile than younger ones. They grow throughout life, and are able to add new muscle cells at each molt. Lobster express telomerase as adults, which has been suggested to be related to their longevity. This means that they are not susceptible to the phenomenon known as “senescence”.

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The 9 Hallmarks of Aging

The 9 Hallmarks of Aging | TA-65 | Scoop.it
Scientist have found 9 hallmarks of aging. They intercede mostly at the cellular level, as aging begins at the cellular level and then spreads to the tissue
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Spanish scientist have found 9 hallmarks of aging that are the same across mammals. They intercede mostly at the cellular level, as aging begins at the cellular level and then spreads to the tissues, organs, muscles, joints, and bones.

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Untreated Depression Linked to Telomeres and Telomerase

Untreated Depression Linked to Telomeres and Telomerase | TA-65 | Scoop.it
Researchers explain that within cells of the immune system, activity of an enzyme known as telomerase is greater in untreated people with major depression.
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Depression not only damages the function of the brain – it can also affects the body. Previous studies have connected depression with chronic diseases and accelerated aging. Now a new research may discover how the body ’s immune system fights off the damaging effects of depression.

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TA-65 Enhances Athletic Performance

TA-65 Enhances Athletic Performance | TA-65 | Scoop.it
According to Men’s Journal, Dustin Keller, NFL tight end and player for the Miami Dolphins, had nothing but positive remarks to share about his TA-65 experience.
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According to Men’s Journal, Dustin Keller, NFL tight end and player for the Miami Dolphins, had nothing but positive remarks to share about his TA-65 experience. Keller claimed that TA-65 gave him immense improvements in his physical performance, including a beefed up immune system as well as shorter recovery times.

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Smoking During Pregnancy Can Shorten Telomere Length in Children

Smoking During Pregnancy Can Shorten Telomere Length in Children | TA-65 | Scoop.it
In this review, researchers examined the association between telomere length and prenatal tobacco exposure in 104 New Orleans children aged 4 to 14 years.
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It is well known that smoking can damage your health, but what about children whose mothers smoked during pregnancy? A new study from the American Journal of Public Health finds that that maternal smoking during pregnancy can impact telomere length in children

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Children With Chronic Arthritis Have the Same Telomere Length as 90-Year-Old Adults

Children With Chronic Arthritis Have the Same Telomere Length as 90-Year-Old Adults | TA-65 | Scoop.it
In the present study, researchers found 1/3 of the T-cells of children with JIA had shortened telomeres and had reduced or lost the capacity to proliferate.
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New research raises alarming concerns about impacts of shortened telomeres on humans. According to a recent study, the joints of children with the most common form of chronic inflammatory arthritis contain immune cells that resemble those of 90-year-olds.

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Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Is Associated with Shorter Telomeres

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Is Associated with Shorter Telomeres | TA-65 | Scoop.it
The study found that people suffer from Posttraumatic stress disorder had shorter telomeres than participants without posttraumatic stress disorder.
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Recent study shows what might be happening on the cellular level in people with partial and full posttraumatic stress disorder.

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Hibernation Slows The Aging Process

Hibernation Slows The Aging Process | TA-65 | Scoop.it
Hibernation helps slow down the shortening of telomeres, and thus the aging process on the molecular and cellular level, a new study shows.
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Hibernation helps slow down the shortening of telomeres, and thus the aging process on the molecular and cellular level, a new study shows. Scientists believe they have found the “fountain of youth” in animals that hibernate during winter.

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Telomere-Guarding Gene Involved in Obesity

Telomere-Guarding Gene Involved in Obesity | TA-65 | Scoop.it
In the present study, researchers from the Spanish CNIO, have found gene that regulates aging in chromosomes, also plays an important role in weight gain.
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In the latest study, Spanish researchers have discovered that RAP1, a gene that protects telomeres, has a key role in obesity. In the present study, researchers from the Spanish CNIO centre, have found gene that regulates aging in chromosomes, also plays an important role in weight gain.

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The Relationship Between Mitochondria Dysfunction and Telomere Length

The Relationship Between Mitochondria Dysfunction and Telomere Length | TA-65 | Scoop.it
The new findings show that there is only one theory of aging - telomeres. The other theories about aging are caused by the first, or just interact with it.
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Aging is a complex process that appears to involve multiple different interacting processes. Until now, scientists have assumed that there are 3 separate theories of aging: the first theory involves shortened telomeres as a sign of aging, and two others theories suggest dysfunctional mitochondria or oxidative stress leads to aging.

 

It seems that science has long been mistaken. The new findings show that there is only one theory – telomeres. The other two theories are caused by the first, or just interact with it.

 

Recent studies have shown that telomere shortening may influence impaired mitochondrial biogenesis and function.

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The Mediterranean Diet

The Mediterranean Diet | TA-65 | Scoop.it
The Mediterranean Diet is simply a collection of eating and lifestyle habits that are traditionally followed by people living in Mediterranean countries.
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The Mediterranean Diet is a way of eating based on the traditional foods of the countries surrounding the Mediterranean Sea. It is generally accepted that the Mediterranean people live longer and suffer less from cancer and cardiovascular ailments than most Americans.

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How Music Affects Our Health

How Music Affects Our Health | TA-65 | Scoop.it
The latest findings came from a review of 400 studies which found that music can improve the function of the body's immune system and relieve the stress.
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There is no doubt that that playing and listening to music can instantly put you in a good mood. But researchers have found that music can do more for you than simply rise your spirits.

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