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Longevity

We know all how daunting, saddening, and heart-wrenching it is to lose a dog. We all wanted our furry little friend to a happy and long life. In new research, it was found that extended longevity in dogs is related to a gene. In a paper published in the …

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According to Dr. Benjamin Mayne, an Environomics Future Science postdoctoral researcher at the Indian Oceans Marine Research Centre of CSIRO, it is crucial to understand lifespan in order for better wildlife management, bio-security, and conservation. The method used for the estimation of the maximum lifespan clock is mostly based …

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Not many people are blessed with a long and healthy life. In fact, in some countries, the average age has come down to 65 years. Only some have the privilege to live as long as 100 years, as they carry the longevity gene, also called the centenarian gene. Studies show …

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There is a big question with the lifespan of men in connection to the term ‘mutation’. For many years, there has not been any concrete evidence from researches that can prove this issue right or wrong. But at present, there will be an end to all the questions with just …

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