Longevity

How to live longer.


Folksonomies: medicine health longevity life-extension

Memes

09 NOV 2019

 Darwin, Bach, and Professional Decline

What’s the difference between Bach and Darwin? Both were preternaturally gifted and widely known early in life. Both attained permanent fame posthumously. Where they differed was in their approach to the midlife fade. When Darwin fell behind as an innovator, he became despondent and depressed; his life ended in sad inactivity. When Bach fell behind, he reinvented himself as a master instructor. He died beloved, fulfilled, and—though less famous than he once had been—respected. The less...
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20 MAR 2018

 Lower Mortality in Moderate Drinkers VS Abstainers Result...

RESULTS: Without adjustment, meta-analysis of all 87 included studies replicated the classic J-shaped curve, with low-volume drinkers (1.3-24.9 g ethanol per day) having reduced mortality risk (RR = 0.86, 95% CI [0.83, 0.90]). Occasional drinkers (<1.3 g per day) had similar mortality risk (RR = 0.84, 95% CI [0.79, 0.89]), and former drinkers had elevated risk (RR = 1.22, 95% CI [1.14, 1.31]). After adjustment for abstainer biases and quality-related study characteristics, no significant r...
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The studies fail to take into account that many abstainers are former alcoholics who are biased toward ill health.

20 MAR 2018

 Adult Physical Activity Keeps Immune System Young

It is widely accepted that aging is accompanied by remodelling of the immune system including thymic atrophy and increased frequency of senescent T cells, leading to immune compromise. However, physical activity, which influences immunity but declines dramatically with age, is not considered in this literature. We assessed immune profiles in 125 adults (55–79 years) who had maintained a high level of physical activity (cycling) for much of their adult lives, 75 age-matched older adults and ...
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18 JAN 2017

 Hot Red Chili Consumption Lowers Mortality

The evidence base for the health effects of spice consumption is insufficient, with only one large population-based study and no reports from Europe or North America. Our objective was to analyze the association between consumption of hot red chili peppers and mortality, using a population-based prospective cohort from the National Health and Nutritional Examination Survey (NHANES) III, a representative sample of US noninstitutionalized adults, in which participants were surveyed from 1988 to...
Folksonomies: longevity
Folksonomies: longevity
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02 SEP 2016

 Ikigai and Mortality

Among the 43,391 subjects enrolled, 25,596 (59.0%) indicated that they found a sense of ikigai, 15,782 (36.4%) indicated they were uncertain, and 2013 (4.6%) indicated they did not find a sense of ikigai. As compared with those who found a sense of ikigai, those who did not were more likely to be unmarried, unemployed, have a lower educational level, have bad or poor self-rated health, have a high level of perceived mental stress, have severe or moderate bodily pain, have limitation of physic...
Folksonomies: mortality longevity
Folksonomies: mortality longevity
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24 MAY 2016

 Busyness Correlated with Improved Cognitive Performance

Sustained engagement in mentally challenging activities has been shown to improve memory in older adults. We hypothesized that a busy schedule would be a proxy for an engaged lifestyle and would facilitate cognition. Here, we examined the relationship between busyness and cognition in adults aged 50–89. Participants (N = 330) from the Dallas Lifespan Brain Study (DLBS) completed a cognitive battery and the Martin and Park Environmental Demands Questionnaire (MPED), an assessment of busyness...
Folksonomies: cognition aging
Folksonomies: cognition aging
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08 MAR 2016

 Physical and Actuarial Escape Velocities

The escape velocity cusp is closer than you might guess. Since we are already so long lived, even a 30% increase in healthy life span will give the first beneficiaries of rejuvenation therapies another 20 years—an eternity in science—to benefit from second-generation therapies that would give another 30%, and so on ad infinitum. Thus, if first-generation rejuvenation therapies were universally available and this progress in developing rejuvenation therapy could be indefinitely maintained,...
Folksonomies: longevity life-extension
Folksonomies: longevity life-extension
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08 MAR 2016

 Caloric Restriction Could Mean a 20% Extension in Lifespan

Sinclair and several other prominent gerontologists are presently seeking human therapies based on the long-standing observation that lifelong restriction of caloric intake considerably extends both the healthy and total life span of nearly all species in which it has been tried, including rodents and dogs. Drugs that elicit the gene expression changes that result from caloric restriction might, these workers assert, extend human life span by something approaching the same proportion as seen ...
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05 FEB 2016

 The Stress of Cold Temperatures Extends Lifespans

In 1986, John Holloszy of Washington University immersed his lab rats in shallow, cool water for four hours each day. They burned so many extra calories that they ate half again as much as control rats, but weighed less. The cold rats lived 10% longer, on average. Holloszy framed his report on this experiment not as a hormetic effect of cold exposure, but as a refutation of the “rate of living” hypothesis. In 2006, Gordon Lithgow of the Buck Institute for Aging Research exposed lab worms...
Folksonomies: longevity
Folksonomies: longevity
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27 APR 2015

 Exercise "Sweet Spot" for Extending Lifespan

They found that, unsurprisingly, the people who did not exercise at all were at the highest risk of early death. But those who exercised a little, not meeting the recommendations but doing something, lowered their risk of premature death by 20 percent. Those who met the guidelines precisely, completing 150 minutes per week of moderate exercise, enjoyed greater longevity benefits and 31 percent less risk of dying during the 14-year period compared with those who never exercised. The sweet s...
Folksonomies: exercise longevity
Folksonomies: exercise longevity
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07 APR 2015

 Sugar Impacts Learning

The DHA-deprived rats also developed signs of resistance to insulin, a hormone that controls blood sugar and regulates synaptic function in the brain. A closer look at the rats' brain tissue suggested that insulin had lost much of its power to influence the brain cells. "Because insulin can penetrate the blood–brain barrier, the hormone may signal neurons to trigger reactions that disrupt learning and cause memory loss," Gomez-Pinilla said. He suspects that fructose is the culprit behi...
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07 APR 2015

 Dementia Linked to Carbohydrates

High caloric intake has been associated with an increased risk of cognitive impairment. Total caloric intake is determined by the calories derived from macronutrients. The objective of the study was to investigate the association between percent of daily energy (calories) from macronutrients and incident mild cognitive impairment (MCI) or dementia. Participants were a population-based prospective cohort of elderly persons who were followed over a median 3.7 years (interquartile range, 2.5-3.9...
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07 APR 2015

 Resveratrol and SIRT1

For the last decade, the science of aging has increasingly focused on sirtuins, a group of genes that are believed to protect many organisms, including mammals, against diseases of aging. Mounting evidence has demonstrated that resveratrol, a compound found in the skin of grapes as well as in peanuts and berries, increases the activity of a specific sirtuin, SIRT1, that protects the body from diseases by revving up the mitochondria, a kind of cellular battery that slowly runs down as we age. ...
Folksonomies: longevity supplements
Folksonomies: longevity supplements
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07 APR 2015

 Evidence on Creatine

Strong scientific evidence for this use Enhanced muscle mass / strength: Several high-quality studies have shown an increase in muscle mass with creatine use. However, some weaker studies have reported mixed results. Overall, the available evidence suggests that creatine does increase lean body mass, strength, and total work. Future studies should include the effect of individual differences such as fitness levels, sex, and age. Unclear scientific evidence for this use Athletic performance...
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06 APR 2015

 Ideal Amount of Exercise for Longevity

People who got some exercise, but not enough to meet the physical activity recommendations were still 20 percent less likely to die over a 14-year period than those who did not do any physical activity. (The recommendations say to do 150 minutes of moderate activity per week or 75 minutes of vigorous activity per week.) People who engaged in the recommended level of physical activity saw even more benefit: They were 31 percent less likely to die during the study period, compared with those w...
Folksonomies: exercise longevity
Folksonomies: exercise longevity
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Who recommendation is 150 minutes moderate or 75 minutes vigorous a week. Three to five times this amount was linked with a 39% reduction in mortality; therefore, 7.5 hours moderate exercise or 3.75 hours vigorous for best results.

06 APR 2015

 WHO Exercise Guidelines

In order to improve cardiorespiratory and muscular fitness, bone health, reduce the risk of NCDs and depression: 1. Adults aged 18–64 should do at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic physical activity throughout the week or do at least 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity aerobic physical activity throughout the week or an equivalent combination of moderate- and vigorous-intensity activity. 2. Aerobic activity should be performed in bouts of at least 10 minutes duration. For addit...
Folksonomies: exercise longevity
Folksonomies: exercise longevity
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31 MAR 2015

 Cardiorespiratory Fitness (CRF) Lowers Cancer Risk

A well-established, graded, inverse association exists between cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF) and risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) as well as all-cause mortality in numerous healthy and clinical adult populations.1- 3 Compared with those classified in the lowest CRF category (<7.9 metabolic equivalents [METs]), individuals in the highest CRF category (≥10.9 METs) have a 1.6- to 1.7-fold lower risk of CVD and all-cause mortality, respectively.4 Accordingly, measurement of CRF via for...
Folksonomies: cancer fitness longevity
Folksonomies: cancer fitness longevity
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From Time Magazine article on the study:

Here’s the best part: it doesn’t take a lot of exercise to have a big health impact, Lakoski found. “Just a small improvement in fitness made a difference in survival of those that developed cancer,” she says. Compared to men who could run 12-minute miles on the treadmill at age 50, men who ran slightly faster 11.5-minute miles had an additional 10% decrease in cancer death and an extra 25% decrease in cardiovascular death among those who developed cancer in the study.

21 MAR 2015

 Running In Elderly Promotes Walking-Economy of Youth

Older runners had a 7–10% better walking economy than older walkers over the range of speeds tested (p = .016) and had walking economy similar to young sedentary adults over a similar range of speeds (p = .237). We found no substantial biomechanical differences between older walkers and runners. In contrast to older runners, older walkers had similar walking economy as older sedentary adults (p = .461) and ~26% worse walking economy than young adults (p<.0001).
Folksonomies: longevity
Folksonomies: longevity
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20 MAR 2015

 Sauna Use Reduces Mortality

During a median follow-up of 20.7 years (interquartile range, 18.1-22.6 years), 190 SCDs, 281 fatal CHDs, 407 fatal CVDs, and 929 all-cause mortality events occurred. A total of 601, 1513, and 201 participants reported having a sauna bathing session 1 time per week, 2 to 3 times per week, and 4 to 7 times per week, respectively. The numbers (percentages) of SCDs were 61 (10.1%), 119 (7.8%), and 10 (5.0%) in the 3 groups of the frequency of sauna bathing. The respective numbers were 89 (14.9%)...
Folksonomies: health longevity
Folksonomies: health longevity
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19 MAR 2015

 The Unmentioned Trade-Offs in Life Extention

Now it is not that the cell biologists can’t point to experiments which seem to fit their views, as is common in natural science. (After all, the Earth’s Moon does indeed have a geocentric orbit.) Good colleagues of mine like Robert Reis are able to produce nematode worms that live ten times longer than their unmutated controls, if they use ingenious genetic and environmental manipulation. But nematodes have well-developed physiological machinery for sustaining states of metabolic arrest,...
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From Michael R. Rose's "Immortalist Fictions and Strategies"

04 MAR 2015

 An Algorithm for Predicting Longevity

For the test, participants exercised on a treadmill at increasing speed and incline. While they were exercising, the researches measured peak heart rate (%MPHR) and their ability to withstand physical exertion. On that latter point, they measured metabolic equivalents, or METs, which gauges how much energy the body expends during exercise. The more intense the exercise, the higher the METs (e.g. slow walking = ~2 METs, whereas running = ~8 METs). [...] FIT Treadmill Score = %MPHR 12(M...
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You can get your MPHR for your age here. I found a chart of METS here for various exercises.


Activity METS Activity METS
Aerobic Dancing 6.0 Running 12 min/mile 8.5
Backpacking 7.0 Racquetball 8.0
Badminton 7.0 Rugby 8.3
Basketball 6.0 Skating ice/roller 7.0
Bicycling - 24mph 5.0 Skiing cross country 8.0
Calisthenics 4.5 Soccer 8.0
Golf 5.0 Softball 5.0
Gymnastics 5.5 Swimming 6.0
Handball 8.0 Tennis 7.0
Hockey 8.0 Volleyball 4.0
Horse riding 3.5 Walking 3.5
Running 8 min/mile 12.5 Weight lifting 4.5

Bruce Protocol


Stage Minutes % grade km/h MPH METS
1 3 10 2.7 1.7 5
2 3 12 4.0 2.5 7
3 3 14 5.4 3.4 10
4 3 16 6.7 4.2 13
5 3 18 8.0 5.0 15
6 3 20 8.8 5.5 18
7 3 22 9.6 6.0 20


Total Durations = 21 minutes


So, if I'm understanding this correctly. If I reach a 160 heart rate out of 179.0 MPHR predicted for my 41 years of age while running 12 minute miles worth 8.5 METS. My score would be:

83.7 12(8.5) - 4(41) = 21.7

The same heart rate for my age running 8 minute miles:

83.7 12(8.5) - 4(41) = 69.7

31 JUL 2014

 Memory Systems as a Shared Resource

This inspired them to depart from testing memory for lists of words and events, and to explore the amount of rich, in-depth information remembered by couples about experienced events. They found these social exchanges led to clear collaborative memory benefits, which could take three forms: “New information” such as finally snatching an elusive name of a musical thanks to a chain of prompts between the two parties. Richer, more vivid descriptions of events including sensory information. ...
Folksonomies: cognition memory networking
Folksonomies: cognition memory networking
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27 NOV 2013

 Science is the "Crucible" for Extending Life

People are living longer and societies are getting grayer. You hear about it all the time. You read about it in your newspapers. You hear about it on your television sets. Sometimes I'm concerned that we hear about it so much that we've come to accept longer lives with a kind of a complacency, even ease. But make no mistake, longer lives can and, I believe, will improve quality of life at all ages. Now to put this in perspective, let me just zoom out for a minute. More years were added to av...
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Our culture, our memes account for our extended lifespans.

27 NOV 2013

 Okinawa Culture as a Blue Zone

We found our second Blue Zone on the other side of the planet, about 800 miles south of Tokyo, on the archipelago of Okinawa. Okinawa is actually 161 small islands. And in the northern part of the main island, this is ground zero for world longevity. This is a place where the oldest living female population is found. It's a place where people have the longest disability-free life expectancy in the world. They have what we want. They live a long time, and tend to die in their sleep, very quick...
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Habits and culture of the people with the longest life-expectancy on the planet.

27 NOV 2013

 Adventists Live Longer

In America here, life expectancy for the average woman is 80. But for an Adventist woman, their life expectancy is 89. And the difference is even more pronounced among men, who are expected to live about 11 years longer than their American counterparts. Now, this is a study that followed about 70,000 people for 30 years. Sterling study. And I think it supremely illustrates the premise of this Blue Zone project. This is a heterogeneous community. It's white, black, Hispanic, Asian. The only t...
Folksonomies: culture health longevity
Folksonomies: culture health longevity
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Habits and characteristics of Adventists that may lend to their longer lifespans.

22 NOV 2013

 Stress is Healthy

Your heart might be pounding, you might be breathing faster, maybe breaking out into a sweat. And normally, we interpret these physical changes as anxiety or signs that we aren't coping very well with the pressure. But what if you viewed them instead as signs that your body was energized, was preparing you to meet this challenge? Now that is exactly what participants were told in a study conducted at Harvard University. Before they went through the social stress test, they were taught to ret...
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At least it can be, if we don't think of it as being detrimental. If we don't stress about stress, but rather think of it as healthy reaction and seek social connections as a coping mechanism for it, then stress is good for us.

Additional Note: Could this be why parents have longer lifespans? The oxytocin response tempers the detrimental effects of stress, leaving only the beneficial?

22 NOV 2013

 Game That Adds 7.5 Minutes to Your Life

Now, I could tell you what these four types of strength are, but I'd rather you experience them firsthand. I'd rather we all start building them up together right now. So here's what we're going to do. We're going to play a quick game together. This is where you earn those seven and a half minutes of bonus life that I promised you earlier. All you have to do is successfully complete the first four SuperBetter quests. And I feel like you can do it. I have confidence in you. So, everybody read...
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Quick game that hits on four aspects of a healthy life. The speaker then suggests using those seven minutes on actions that will get you even more longevity.

17 SEP 2013

 Healthy Lifestyle Changes Increase Telomerase Length by 10%

Methods This follow-up study compared ten men and 25 external controls who had biopsy-proven low-risk prostate cancer and had chosen to undergo active surveillance. Eligible participants were enrolled between 2003 and 2007 from previous studies and selected according to the same criteria. Men in the intervention group followed a programme of comprehensive lifestyle changes (diet, activity, stress management, and social support), and the men in the control group underwent active surveillance ...
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Small sample size, but first evidence that healthy living can actually reverse the aging process somewhat.

28 MAY 2013

 Shorter People Live Longer

The study was conducted to evaluate one aspect of the entropy theory of aging, which hypothesizes that aging is the result of increasing disorder within the body, and which predicts that increasing mass lowers life span. The first evaluation of the impact of human size on longevity or life span in 1978, which was based on data for decreased groups of athletes and famous people in the USA, suggested that shorter, lighter men live longer than their taller, heavier counterparts. In 1990, a study...
Folksonomies: lifespan size longevity
Folksonomies: lifespan size longevity
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5 years on average. Suggesting the medical community's focus on encouraging parents to grow big children is misguided as it may be shortening their lifespans.



References

09 NOV 2019

 Your Professional Decline Is Coming (Much) Sooner Than Yo...

Electronic/World Wide Web>Internet Article:  Brooks, Arthur (July, 2019), Your Professional Decline Is Coming (Much) Sooner Than You Think, The Atlantic, Retrieved on 2019-11-09
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  • Folksonomies: cognition aging
    Folksonomies: cognition aging
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    20 MAR 2018

     Do "Moderate" Drinkers Have Reduced Mortality Risk? A Sys...

    Periodicals>Journal Article:  Stockwell T, et al., (2016), Do "Moderate" Drinkers Have Reduced Mortality Risk? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Alcohol Consumption and All-Cause Mortality., Retrieved on 2018-03-20
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    20 MAR 2018

     Major features of immunesenescence, including reduced thy...

    Periodicals>Journal Article:  Duggal, Pollock, Lazarus, Harridge, Lord (8 March 2018), Major features of immunesenescence, including reduced thymic output, are ameliorated by high levels of physical activity in adulthood, Retrieved on 2018-03-20
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  • Folksonomies: exercise aging longevity
    Folksonomies: exercise aging longevity
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    18 JAN 2017

     The Association of Hot Red Chili Pepper Consumption and M...

    Periodicals>Journal Article:  Chopan, Mustafa and Littenberg, Benjamin (January 9, 2017), The Association of Hot Red Chili Pepper Consumption and Mortality: A Large Population-Based Cohort Study, Retrieved on 2017-01-18
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  • Folksonomies: longevity
    Folksonomies: longevity
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    02 SEP 2016

     Sense of Life Worth Living (Ikigai) and Mortality in Japa...

    Periodicals>Journal Article:  Sone, Nakaya, Ohmori, Shimazu, Higashiguchi, Kakizaki, Kikuchi, Kuriyama, Tsuji (2008), Sense of Life Worth Living (Ikigai) and Mortality in Japan: Ohsaki Study, Psychosomatic Medicine, 70 (6): 709–715, Retrieved on 2016-09-02
    Folksonomies: well being
    Folksonomies: well being
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    24 MAY 2016

     The Busier the Better: Greater Busyness Is Associated wit...

    Periodicals>Journal Article:  Festini, McDonough, Park (17 May 2016), The Busier the Better: Greater Busyness Is Associated with Better Cognition, Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, Retrieved on 2016-05-24
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  • Folksonomies: cognition intelligence
    Folksonomies: cognition intelligence
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    08 MAR 2016

     Escape Velocity: Why the Prospect of Extreme Human Life E...

    Periodicals>Journal Article:  de Grey, Aubrey D. N. J (2004 Jun 15), Escape Velocity: Why the Prospect of Extreme Human Life Extension Matters Now, PLoS Biol. 2004 Jun; 2(6): e187., Retrieved on 2016-03-08
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  • Folksonomies: life extension geriatrics
    Folksonomies: life extension geriatrics
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    05 FEB 2016

     Cold Temperature and Life Span: It’s not about the rate...

    Electronic/World Wide Web>Blog:  Mitteldorf, Josh (02/25/2013), Cold Temperature and Life Span: It’s not about the rate of living, Retrieved on 2016-02-05
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  • Folksonomies: longevity
    Folksonomies: longevity
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    27 APR 2015

     The Right Dose of Exercise for a Longer Life

    Electronic/World Wide Web>Internet Article:  Reynolds, Gretchen (APRIL 15, 2015), The Right Dose of Exercise for a Longer Life, NYT, Retrieved on 2015-04-27
  • Source Material [mobile.nytimes.com]
  • Folksonomies: exercise longevity
    Folksonomies: exercise longevity
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    07 APR 2015

     This is your brain on sugar: UCLA study shows high-fructo...

    Electronic/World Wide Web>Internet Article:  Schmidt, Elaine (May 15, 2012), This is your brain on sugar: UCLA study shows high-fructose diet sabotages learning, memory, Retrieved on 2015-04-07
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  • Folksonomies: cognition nutrition diet
    Folksonomies: cognition nutrition diet
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    07 APR 2015

     Relative intake of macronutrients impacts risk of mild co...

    Periodicals>Journal Article:  Roberts, Roberts, Geda, Cha, Pankratz, O'Connor, Knopman, Petersen , Relative intake of macronutrients impacts risk of mild cognitive impairment or dementia., J Alzheimers Dis., Retrieved on 2015-04-07
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  • Folksonomies: cognition nutrition
    Folksonomies: cognition nutrition
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    07 APR 2015

     New Study Validates Longevity Pathway

    Periodicals>Journal Article:  Cameron, David (March 7, 2013), New Study Validates Longevity Pathway, Harvard Medical School, Retrieved on 2015-04-07
  • Source Material [hms.harvard.edu]
  • Folksonomies: longevity supplements
    Folksonomies: longevity supplements
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    07 APR 2015

     Mayo Clinic: Creatine Evidence

    Electronic/World Wide Web>Internet Article:  Mayo Clinic, (2015), Mayo Clinic: Creatine Evidence, Mayo Clinic, Retrieved on 2015-04-07
  • Source Material [www.mayoclinic.org]
  • Folksonomies: health fitness supplements
    Folksonomies: health fitness supplements
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    06 APR 2015

     Want to Live Longer? Optimal Amount of Exercise Revealed

    Electronic/World Wide Web>Internet Article:  Rettner, Rachael (April 06, 2015), Want to Live Longer? Optimal Amount of Exercise Revealed, JAMA, Retrieved on 2015-04-06
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  • Folksonomies: exercise longevity
    Folksonomies: exercise longevity
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    06 APR 2015

     Physical Activity and Adults: Recommended levels of physi...

    Electronic/World Wide Web>Internet Article:  World Health Organization, , Physical Activity and Adults: Recommended levels of physical activity for adults aged 18 - 64 years, World Health Organization, Retrieved on 2015-04-06
  • Source Material [www.who.int]
  • Folksonomies: exercise
    Folksonomies: exercise
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    31 MAR 2015

     Midlife Cardiorespiratory Fitness, Incident Cancer, and S...

    Periodicals>Journal Article:  Lakoski, Willis, Barlow, Leonard, Gao, Radford, Farrell, Douglas, Berry, DeFina, Jones , Midlife Cardiorespiratory Fitness, Incident Cancer, and Survival After Cancer in Men, JAMA Oncology, Retrieved on 2015-03-31
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  • Folksonomies: health fitness
    Folksonomies: health fitness
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    21 MAR 2015

     Running for Exercise Mitigates Age-Related Deterioration ...

    Periodicals>Journal Article:  Ortega, Beck, Roby, Turney, Kram (November 20, 2014), Running for Exercise Mitigates Age-Related Deterioration of Walking Economy, PLOSOne, Retrieved on 2015-03-21
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  • Folksonomies: exercise longevity
    Folksonomies: exercise longevity
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    20 MAR 2015

     Association Between Sauna Bathing and Fatal Cardiovascula...

    Periodicals>Journal Article:  Laukkanen, Khan, Zaccardi, Laukkanen (February 23, 2015), Association Between Sauna Bathing and Fatal Cardiovascular and All-Cause Mortality Events, JAMA Internal Medicine, Retrieved on 2015-03-20
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  • Folksonomies: health longevity
    Folksonomies: health longevity
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    19 MAR 2015

     The Transhumanist Reader

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  More, Max and Vita-More, Natasha (2013-03-05), The Transhumanist Reader, John Wiley & Sons, Retrieved on 2015-03-19
  • Source Material [books.google.com]
  • Folksonomies: medical transhumanism
    Folksonomies: medical transhumanism
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    04 MAR 2015

     This Treadmill Test Can Predict Your Odds Of Surviving An...

    Electronic/World Wide Web>Internet Article:  Dvorsky, George (03/03/2015), This Treadmill Test Can Predict Your Odds Of Surviving Another Decade, Retrieved on 2015-03-04
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  • Folksonomies: health longevity
    Folksonomies: health longevity
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    31 JUL 2014

     Remembering together - How long-term couples develop inte...

    Electronic/World Wide Web>Internet Article:  Fradera, Alex (07/31/2014), Remembering together - How long-term couples develop interconnected memory systems, Retrieved on 2014-07-31
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  • Folksonomies: memory
    Folksonomies: memory
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    27 NOV 2013

     Older people are happier

    Proceedings of Meetings and Symposia>Speech:  Carstensen, Laura (Dec 2011), Older people are happier, Ted Talks, Retrieved on 2013-11-27
  • Source Material [www.ted.com]
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    27 NOV 2013

     How to live to be 100

    Proceedings of Meetings and Symposia>Speech:  Buettner, Dan (Sept 2009), How to live to be 100, Ted Talks, Retrieved on 2013-11-27
  • Source Material [www.ted.com]
  • Folksonomies: anthropology longevity
    Folksonomies: anthropology longevity
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    22 NOV 2013

     The game that can give you 10 extra years of life

    Proceedings of Meetings and Symposia>Conference Session:  McGonigal, Jane (July 2012), The game that can give you 10 extra years of life, Ted Talks, Retrieved on 2013-11-22
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    22 NOV 2013

     How to make stress your friend

    Proceedings of Meetings and Symposia>Conference Session:  McGonigal, Kelly (Sept 2013), How to make stress your friend, Ted Talks, Retrieved on 2013-11-22
  • Source Material [www.ted.com]
  • Folksonomies: stress ted talks wellbeing
    Folksonomies: stress ted talks wellbeing
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    17 SEP 2013

     Effect of comprehensive lifestyle changes on telomerase a...

    Periodicals>Journal Article:  Ornish, Lin, Chan, Epel, Kemp, Weidner, Marlin, Frenda, Magbanua, Daubenmier, Estay, Hills, Chainani-Wu, Carroll, Blackburn (17 September 2013), Effect of comprehensive lifestyle changes on telomerase activity and telomere length in men with biopsy-proven low-risk prostate cancer: 5-year follow-up of a descriptive pilot study, The Lancet Oncology, Retrieved on 2013-09-17
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  • Folksonomies: biology exercise longevity
    Folksonomies: biology exercise longevity
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    28 MAY 2013

     Impact of height and weight on life span.

    Periodicals>Journal Article:  Samaras, TT and Storms, LH. (1992), Impact of height and weight on life span., Bull World Health Organ, 1992;70(2):259-67, Department of Psychiatry, University of California, San Diego., Retrieved on 2013-05-28
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  • Folksonomies: health
    Folksonomies: health
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