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What is NAD+ and Why Is it Important for Aging and Health?
You can’t live without the coenzyme NAD+, nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide. Here’s why it’s so important, how it was discovered, and how you can get more of it. Read More
The Science of Sirtuins, “Guardians of the Genome”
Sirtuins help regulate your cellular health and play a role in aging. Here’s what you need to know about how they work, what they can do for your body, and why they rely on NAD+ to function. Read More
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Vera Gorbunova Discovered That One Molecule, Hyaluronan, Makes Naked Mole Rats Immune to Cancer
An interview with Dr. Vera Gorbunova, whose lab at the University of Rochester, NY, studies aging, DNA repair, and cancer. Read More
Is Horvath's Clock the Smoking Gun of Biological Aging?
Biostatistician Steve Horvath can determine chronological age and predict mortality by measuring DNA methylation. Read More
The Complete Guide to the Science of Circadian Rhythms
Two leading scientists explain how circadian rhythms work and offer advice on lifestyle changes to improve your health. Read More
What Can Scientists Learn from Animals That Defy "Normal" Aging?
The naked mole rat and the bowhead whale live exceptionally long lives. Two leading biologists explain why, and what it means for humans. Read More
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