Pulse Sharpness Correlates with Vascular Aging

Consumer devices that can measure useful age-related cardiovascular metrics such as pulse wave velocity and heart rate variability are not that great in comparison to the much more expensive lines of medical devices. The most important difference lies in whether measuring these parameters in the periphery (arm, wrist, finger) or in the body itself (neck, READ MORE

Is Iron Metabolism an Understudied Aspect of Aging?

Many of the interventions demonstrated to produce interesting effects on the pace or state of aging are challenging to learn from. This is the case because these interventions change so much of the operation of metabolism as to make it hard to pick apart what is most relevant to the progression of aging versus what READ MORE

what is the goal of this sub?

“Welcome to r/Longevity Feel free to discuss longevity-related topics, share the latest aging research, media, news, and articles!” well I don’t feel free at all knowing that any effort I put into messages may end up in the can.. why is any kind of conversation discouraged here? is this just supposed to be a repository READ MORE

Givaudan adds olfactive social listening to fragrance creation

Global flavor and fragrances manufacturer Givaudan has introduced DigiPulse to sniff out consumer perceptions of fine fragrances online. The social listening tool is an enhancement of the artificial intelligence-powered Carto, an intuitive and interactive system launched as part of the companyâs 2020 digital innovation strategy.

Givaudan adds olfactive social listening to fragrance creation

Global flavor and fragrances manufacturer Givaudan has introduced DigiPulse to sniff out consumer perceptions of fine fragrances online. The social listening tool is an enhancement of the artificial intelligence-powered Carto, an intuitive and interactive system launched as part of the companyâs 2020 digital innovation strategy.

Calorie Restriction versus Cancer, Viewed in Terms of Growth Signaling

The practice of calorie restriction, eating fewer calories while still obtaining sufficient micronutrients, is well demonstrated to reduce cancer risk in animal models, and also appears to improve outcomes in the case of an established cancer. This is similarly the case for practices such as intermittent fasting or fasting mimicking diets, the latter having undergone READ MORE

A MicroRNA Signature of Cognitive Decline

An enormous amount of data can be derived from analysis of the cells and molecules found in a blood sample. Researchers will be kept busy for decades yet, ever more fficiently gathering and mining this data, in search of ways to assess the progression of aging and specific age-related diseases. The work here is interesting READ MORE

Fight Aging! Newsletter, October 18th 2021

Fight Aging! publishes news and commentary relevant to the goal of ending all age-related disease, to be achieved by bringing the mechanisms of aging under the control of modern medicine. This weekly newsletter is sent to thousands of interested subscribers. To subscribe or unsubscribe from the newsletter, please visit: https://www.fightaging.org/newsletter/ Longevity Industry Consulting Services Reason, READ MORE