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How We Aging

According to research, aging does not remain the same for people over the years. Aging rates after our 34th issue and at our 60th year are not the same. Aging is different after 78 years of age.

How We Aging

Findings from more than 4000 blood tests have become important data, especially for diseases that occur in old age.

The findings can help us understand how our bodies begin to break down as we age and how certain age-related diseases, including Alzheimer's or cardiovascular disease, can be better tackled.

Another finding from the study provides more evidence of something long suspected: men and women age differently. Of the 1,379 proteins that were found to change with age, 895 (about two-thirds) were significantly more predictable for one sex than the other.

Date:2021-04-06 23:34:39  Hit:910  The update: esistor

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