Pathways of AGING

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SKIN -- Aging
GENETICS
LONGEVITY
HEALTH attitudes
DEVELOPMENTAL biology
RESEARCH

Abstract:The article reports that experts now know that it is not simply inherited genetics that determines who will live the longest in an energetic, disease-free state. By the time humans reach the age of 80, behavioral choices become significant determinants of a person's overall health and longevity. There is no single cause of growing old, but the various mechanisms that characterize aging are often interrelated. The good news is that scientists are identifying many of these interrelated pathways of aging. This provides those of us alive today with an unprecedented opportunity to gain at least partial control over this devastating process.

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