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No – we haven’t (yet) reached the limit of human lifespan

In 1900, female life expectancy was around 50 years in most Western countries such as France, Canada and Germany. Almost 120 years later, today’s women can expect to live 40 years longer. This extraordinary gain is the result of huge advances in medicine and improvements in living conditions. However, for...
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Cancer: the ubiquitous substances emerging as key drivers

A new European research body has been sounding alarm bells: fertility is continuing to fall dramatically . For 50 years, sperm concentration has been dropping at the alarming rate of almost 2% a year, that’s a cumulative decline of nearly 50% (1) within half a century. What’s more, incidence of...
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Nighttime is when your body repairs damage to DNA … but only if you sleep!

A team of scientists has recently demonstrated just how important it is to sleep at night if you want to significantly reduce your risk of cancer. In studying night shift workers forced to sleep during daylight hours, they noted that these individuals had much lower levels of circulating melatonin than...
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Reversing ageing: major new breakthrough seen with NMN compound

The older we get, the less stamina we have. It’s an inevitable regression which, at least for the moment, none of us can escape. The main cause is a gradual decline in our blood vessels, especially their ability to deliver the nutrients needed for the healthy function of muscle tissue....
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Cutting calories by 15% for 2 years slows down the ageing process

” Ageing is not a slope that everyone goes down at the same speed. It’s a flight of irregular steps that some people hurtle down faster than others .” No-one would argue with this theory, cited by Simone de Beauvoir in her book ‘La Vieillesse’ (The Coming of Age). We...
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