From the monthly archives:

April 2010

Aubrey De Grey in GQ Magazine

April 26, 2010

 
Dr. Aubrey De Grey, the Lady Gaga of gerontology (as we like to call him) featured in To Age or Not To Age, is the subject of an article published in the May issue of GQ Magazine entitled How to Live to 150. It’s Not Crazy, It’s Science—and It’s Here, which was written by Michael [...]

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Einstein Study on Centenarians — What Do They Have In Common?

April 16, 2010

Director of  To Age or Not To Age, Robert Kane Pappas, recently interviewed Gerontologist, Dr. Nir Barzilai of the Institute of Aging Research at Albert Einstein School of Medicine. Dr. Barzilai studied 500 individuals who lived for 100 or more years.   Click on the clip below from the interview to hear Dr. Barzilai comment on a [...]

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Einstein Study on Centenarians — Characteristics

April 16, 2010

A few days ago on our Facebook page, we noted that  To Age or Not To Age director, Robert Kane Pappas, recently interviewed Gerontologist, Dr. Nir Barzilai of the Institute of Aging Research at Albert Einstein School of Medicine. Dr. Barzilai studied 500 individuals who lived for 100 or more years. Almost all of them [...]

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Q: Will Healthy Aging Change Your Life?

April 10, 2010

The time has come when older age has become middle age:
For a 9th time, Elizabeth Taylor wants to marry, and Demi Moore would like a 4th child.
If your life is full of love and success would you do the same at their age?

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Reflections on the Status Quo by Robert Kane Pappas

April 5, 2010

I have been reflecting on  the connection between the individual metabolism and the outside world, the Status Quo, and what evolution may have to say about the first part of this sentence.
I know that Lenny Guarente would refer to what I am about to say as “parlor talk”.  But I think there is a place [...]

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