Category Archives: Anti-Aging Innovations

Improving Stem Cell Treatment with Novel Drug Compound

One of the primary limitations of stem cell treatment and the subject of ongoing research is the challenge of directing stem cells to their necessary destination in the body which has been a subject of ongoing research. Prior studies have discovered that stem cells are drawn to inflammation in the body, however, using this as a therapeutic lure still poses risks. Thus, researchers continue their search for tools that would aid stem cells in their migration and conversion into specific types of cells necessary for optimal treatment. The ability to do so would have a wide range of implications for regenerative medicine as well as the treatment of disorders in which inflammatory signals fade over time, such as chronic spinal cord injury, stroke, or conditions in which the role of inflammation remains unknown.  Continue reading

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Autophagy for Longer Lifespan?

Over time, damaged and dysfunctional components of the body’s cells accumulate leading to a potential buildup of cellular debris which can permanently alter the genes, structure, and function of cells. Clearing away these parts is essential for maintaining optimal cellular function and happens naturally in the body during a complex process called autophagy. Scientists are currently investigating the potential benefits and risks involved with inducing autophagy, which has been linked to several positive health effects including the improvement of cellular health and promotion of an elongated human lifespan. Research in this field remains in its early stages yet some studies have revealed promising results that could shape future approaches to functional medicine.

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A Look into Senolytic Therapies for Longevity

With a focus on extending and improving the human lifespan, the medical community continues to explore potential avenues in longevity. One such development has directed increased attention to the practice of senolytics – or, the process of flushing senescent cells from the body to discard harmful proteins. Senescent cells are malfunctioning, aged cells which can trigger inflammation and dysfunction, developed in response to disease, injury, or cancerous formations. 

These cells can remain in the body, contributing to the development of many diseases and features of aging, such as heart disease, dementia, osteoporosis, and lung disease. Removing senescent cells from mice was found to alleviate insulin resistance, cell dysfunction, and ameliorate other complications in cases of kidney failure and disease.

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