Is our aging clock in the hypothalamus?

Ed Park, MD aging, chronographic theory of aging, dr ed park, hypothalamus, interview, stem cell theory of aging, Telomerase Activation Medicine, The Telomere Miracle 1 Comment

What if the principle clock that truly matters is actually in the DNA of the cells of the hypothalamus?

His cat came back – as a clone!

Ed Park, MD aging, cloning, dr ed park, induced pluripotency, nobel prize, research, stem cells, Telomere erosion 2 Comments

Since 1960, Charles has owned a Siamese cat named “Blue”. The first three cats were good for over fifty years of companionship but this fourth “Blue” is an actual clone of Blue #3.

Telomere length variation suggest bad players in the mix

Ed Park, MD age-related-diseases, aging, dr ed park, TA-65, Telomere erosion, telomere measurement 0 Comments

Over time, the dutiful and dysfunctional stem cells die off but others, like the Mafia capos or career politicians, become unable to kill themselves so they persist and cause problems while still lengthening their telomres.