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Targeting ‘simple proteins’ may extend metabolic healthspan

FABP’s are fatty-acid binding proteins, which are found in abundance in heart and liver tissue. A new study suggests keeping FABP levels very low may extend teh metabolic healthspan.
In the study, conducted at the T. H. Chan School of Health at Harvard University, researchers altered levels of these proteins in mice.
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November 6th, 2017|0 Comments

Osteoporosis: Biology behind age-related bone loss revealed

As individuals grow older into their senior years, it is quite common to become victim to some extent of osteoporosis. What occurs is that the bones that have been sturdy for so many years, begin to deteriorate and weaken as vitamins and nutrients are less able to be implemented. However, by understanding […]

November 5th, 2017|0 Comments

Too much salt could increase diabetes risk

Researchers are finding that sodium which is commonly digested through salt or sodium chloride may be placing people at a higher risk for type 2 diabetes. Diabetes affects over 29 million people and type 2 diabetes is the most common usually affecting middle aged and older adults. The research has shown that […]

November 4th, 2017|0 Comments

Re-Branding Dementia Advocacy

One of the most detrimental and horrifying ailments of old age, and one that has become prevalent in recent years, is that of dementia. Whether in terms of memory loss, cognitive functioning loss, or other crucial aspects of daily life, dementia is something that worries a great deal of people. However, by […]

November 3rd, 2017|0 Comments

Senior Living CEOs Describe Their Dream Communities

Many of us are concerned when it comes to placing our loved ones in retirement communities as they age, but what if we could get an in-depth look at where seniors would like to go from their own point of view? Adam Kaplan is the CEO and Founder of Solera Senior Living, […]

November 2nd, 2017|0 Comments