John Kerr posted in ageing • aging • gerontology • public health • telomeres • translational science on July 7th, 2015.
There is more to human ageing than just the passing of time. A new study, published in PNAS, uses a number of different measures to determine individuals’ ‘biological age’, drawing on the long-running Dunedin Longitudinal Study. Although all the participants were, chronologically speaking, 38 years old at the time of the study, their biological ages […]
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