The best marker for biological age is…

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The fact that progeria-affected kids have undeniable biological aging despite young epigenetic and chronological ages implies that telomerpathies that drive them are still the most robust explanation for aging globally

Promising Alzheimer’s therapy suggests alternative disease origin

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Perhaps the better disease paradigm is that the ongoing clearance of bad cells and waste is a result of the evolutionary elegant design of the blood-brain barrier, which keeps the younger, more capable bone marrow-derived immune cells from entering this space.