Anti-Aging Medicine

Anti-Aging is the process or method that are intended to prevent or limit the process of becoming old. Our bodies are made of cells, and aging occurs once there is cell death. As an infant, child and young adult, our body’s cells are robust, resilient and can create new cells. As the years pass by, our body’s ability to generate new cells diminishes and finally cell death happens, and therefore the aging process ensues. Enduring youth might be attained if aging could be stopped at a youthful age, but it seems unlikely that the damage to organs, tissues, cells and molecules known as aging can be stopped completely by replacing or repairing those damaged organs, tissues, cells and even molecules seems like a better strategy. These strategies can restore function to old organisms or can even rejuvenate

  • Ageing Demographics
  • Rejuvenation
  • Ageing Disorders
  • Genetics Of Ageing and Life Span
  • External environmental agents
  • Basic and Translational aspects of aging
  • Ageing Technology
  • Cognitive Ageing

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