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Researchers studying age-related decline have been pursuing drugs that inhibit a pathway that regulates growth and metabolism in cells. What they have discovered is that besides regulating cell growth, this pathway, referred to as the mTOR pathway, is also associated with revved up aging, and consequently, age-related health problems. So, research is now showing that drugs that slow down or throttle back this mTOR seem to be bolstering immune systems and reducing risk of respiratory disease.
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An eye-popping statistic from the medical journal, Lancet, has predicted that many 50-year olds living in Great Britain are only halfway through their lives. In a recent book, When We’re 64: Your Guide to a Greater Later Life, Louise Ansari cites this statistic and others when writing that getting older doesn’t have to mean that it all goes downhill. But, she cautions that most of us are not ready for these extra years. Louise is the Director of Communications at the United Kingdom’s Center for Ageing Better.
What she documents in her book are strategies and tips to prepare for the strong likelihood that ...
An Inside Look at Positive Psychology - Part Three: Join the Livingto100.ClubThis is the third in a series of articles on the principles of positive psychology. The first two looked at “explanatory styles” or how we explain and interpret different events in our lives and the concept of re-framing or seeing the glass as half-full or half-empty. In this article, we explore affirmations, the process of shifting our self-talk from negative to positive. This series was originally written for those caring for older adults in long term care settings: nursing and activities staff, rehabilitation professionals, administrative staff, and the many other positions that can be very demanding, stressful, and often falling short of the job satisfaction and reward that other industries afford its employees. This current version of an inside look at positive psychology has been adapted to the Living to 100 Club readers and enthusiasts,