Newsweek – A WRINKLE IN TIME

DO YOU HAVE TO AGE? HOW SCIENCE IS FINDING WAYS TO HELP YOUR CELLS SAY NO By MARY CARMICHAEL AND JENNIFER BARRETT OZOLS | NEWSWEEK From the magazine issue dated Jan 17, 2005 Though death is still as inevitable as taxes, future generations may age more slowly and live significantly longer. Here are five scientists … Read more

Americans More Concerned with Physical and Mental Deterioration than Vanity; Energy Decline More Prevalent in Women Age 45+ Than Men

America’s “Attitudes on Aging” Explored in Nationwide Study Orinda, CA – May 25, 2004 – A study released today debunks the common perception that Americans are obsessed with vanity when it comes to aging. The study, commissioned by emerging nutraceutical company, Juvenon, Inc., shows that for two out of three Americans, the leading age-related worry … Read more

Defying the years

Monday, December 02, 2002 BY AMY ELLIS NUTT STAR-LEDGER STAFF OAKLAND, Calif. — Time unravels us. Day by day, it peels away the layers of our lives until nothing is left but the nub of our own mortality. Human beings are the only animals on the planet capable of contemplating their own demise. We mourn, … Read more

UC Berkeley Press Release

UC Berkeley Press Release — Feb. 18, 2002 Berkeley – Two dietary supplements straight off the health food store shelf put the spark back into aging rats, and might do the same for aging baby boomers, according to a study at the University of California, Berkeley, and Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute. A team of … Read more