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A combination of soon-to-be released Biotechnology is expected to extend of lifespans almost tenfold with the help through emerging technologies such as CRISPR or Senolytics. These Anti Aging treatments are meant to stop and even reverse the aging process so that anyone could get young and healthy again. Many companies such as SENS or Jeff Bezos, but even countries like Japan are working on it to deal with an aging population.

00:00 A new Beginning for Longevity.
00:44 Direct Gene Editing.
02:32 Anti Aging Vaccines.
04:44 Longevity Gene Therapy.
07:39 How does Aging work?
09:49 Last Words.

#longevity #biotech #futurology

The need to rejuvenate amidst nature is crucial in stressful times to heal and grow. This has sparked a trend for a nomadic lifestyle without any compromises in living comfort. Yes, I’m talking about the growing popularity of towable trailers, RVs, caravans, and houses on wheels that promote an upbeat mobile lifestyle. So, how will things be, say, a decade or more from now?

Industrial designer Jason Carley imagines a future where the urban lifestyle will be punctuated by life on the road triggered by sky-rocketing living costs and the aging infrastructures that are dependent on ecologically disruptive fuels and technologies. Jason thinks of a time in the year 2035 where nomadic life will revolve around mastery of resources and an efficient mode of travel. Thus comes into the picture this towable trailer that gives love back to nature. Targeted for the young and resilient urban customers, the rig is an accessible retreat to escape from the stresses of life for a few weeks or even months.

At present time, these two are bold statements made by Michael Greve, Founder and CEO at Forever Healthy Foundation. I whish him full success in contributing to make them practical ones in the not so distant future:

* “First thing that you have to consider is what means healthy and healthy does not only means rejuvenation because you can be 25 and still be in bad place…”

* “Health is more than just taking people from old age to young age”

Cardiovascular Aging & Targeted Senolytic Bio-Therapies — Prof. Dr. Tohru Minamino, MD, PhD, Juntendo University, Japan

Dr. Tohru Minamino is Professor and Chairman of the Department of Cardiovascular Biology and Medicine, Juntendo University Graduate School of Medicine ( He also serves as Director of the Cardiovascular Medicine, Juntendo University Hospital. He received his MD from the Chiba University Graduate School of Medicine in 1989 and his PhD from Faculty of Medicine, the University of Tokyo in 1997.

Dr. Minamino is a medical cardiologist and research scientist focusing on molecular mechanisms of aging. He started his major research focusing on cardiovascular aging at Harvard Medical School (1997–2000), and his research interests have currently been growing in the biology of aging including metabolic pathways of longevity and senolysis. He has published more than 100 papers including in Nature, Nature Medicine, Cell, Cell Metabolism, and Lancet.

Dr. Minamino has won several awards including Satoh Memorial Award in Japanese Circulation Society, and Erwin von Bälz Award (1st prize).

I’ve posted some vids of her before. But here she says at 3:52 that she thinks stopping the aging process is farfetched.

Dr. Morgan Levine, a professor who specializes in the biology of aging, answers the internet’s burning questions about aging. Is there anyway to stop aging? Is aging a disease? Do you age slower in space? Dr. Levine answers all these questions and much more!

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What are epinutrients, you ask? Allow us to explain.

In a 2021 study, naturopathic doctor and functional medicine expert Kara Fitzgerald, N.D., author of Younger You, was able to improve participants’ biological age by three years. Sounds like a tall order, but the intervention was actually pretty simple: With a very doable diet and exercise plan, it only took eight weeks to see these results. “A big reason we actually made a difference in eight weeks’ time is because we very intentionally bathed the body in a high amount of epinutrients,” she says on this episode of the mindbodygreen podcast.

What are epinutrients, you ask? Allow Fitzgerald to explain below, along with a few of her favorites.

Excerpt from an interview made by James Ruhle, founder at Simple Biotech, to Michael (Mike) West, founder and CEO of AgeX Therapeutics.

During this 4 minute excerpt, Mike explains in a nutshell the work he and his team at AgeX are doing “to reverse the aging of cells and tissues in the body in the truest and fullest sense of the work”, and clarifies the reasons why it doesn’t mean to convert and adult into a child.

To watch the entire interview clic here:

Robots could become crucial caregivers in the near future.

Robots could become crucial caregivers in the future, with new technologies constantly in development to help improve the quality of life for the globe’s aging population and for people with physical disabilities.

One example comes from Cornell University scientist Tapomayukh Bhattacharjee who is developing a robotic arm to help feed people with spinal injuries, a press statement explains.

A robot as an extension of the body Bhattacharjee, an assistant professor of computer science at Cornell, believes that robots have the potential to transform caregiving and that eating is one of the key areas where they could provide a helping robotic hand.

The roboticist was recently granted a four-year, $1.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation’s National Robotics Initiative to help him and his EmPRISE Lab develop caregiving robotics solutions for people with physical disabilities.

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