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Why Aging Might Become a Thing of the Past

Scientists have found a way to reverse aging in mice and rejuvenate their cells.

With the aftermath of the holiday season still sliding off of my shoulders, I vaguely recall the conversations of my older relatives around the dinner table.  Each story began with the familiar phrase, “I remember when I was your age,” … Continue reading

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Film Review: “Death by Design: Where Parallel Worlds Meet” by Jean-François Brunet and Peter Friedman

A documentary that explores the artistry of programmed cell death

When you imagine cancer cells, you probably don’t picture a group of dancers writhing around on stage. Yet, this is exactly what Peter Friedman and Jean-François Brunet depict in their documentary “Death by Design: Where Parallel Worlds Meet.” This film is purely … Continue reading

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