Routine telomerase activation not recommended until age 25

Ed Park, MD aging, human development, research, syndrome x, TA-65, Telomerase activation Leave a Comment

At what age would you want to stop aging? For most people, an age in the late teens until mid 20s would be desirable for stopping aging. If you look at all biomarkers of aging, nothing good happens after 25. If we could choose, most people would want to go through normal fetal development, normal childhood and pubertal milestones, normal …

“THE AGE OF ADELINE”- The reviews are in – and they suck! (but the movie did not)

Ed Park, MD movies, News Leave a Comment

I did want to spend a moment to review the reviewers, who generally disliked the movie. What DOESN’T surprise me as an anti-aging believer but DOES surprise me as a screenwriter is how obsessed the reviewers were with the premise and how they misinterpreted the heroine. This only reinforces the quote from Anais Nin: “We don’t see the world as it is, we see it as we are. “