Scientists in Canada and the U.S. Looking at Genetic Links to Long Life

Scientists in Canada and the U.S. Looking at Genetic Links to Long Life

At Nu Skin, our world-class scientific team is working to understand the genetic mechanisms of aging and to translate that knowledge into innovative anti-aging products.

 

It’s an approach that continues to be validated by the scientific community as it continues to learn how our genes affect the way we age. In a recent article published by Canada’s National Post, author Tom Blackwell takes a look at the movement in Canada toward “positive biology,” a more holistic approach to addressing the health concerns of people as they age in an article titled, “The mystery of longevity.” 

 

Blackwell cites research being done to help unlock the genetic secrets of centenarians and how this understanding will play a greater role in the future. He also cites findings from research being done by New York’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine who have been comparing the genetics of centenarians with normally aging people to find the genetic signposts of exceptional longevity.

 

To read the full article, click here.

 

 

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