7 edition of How and why we age found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 343-359) and index.
|Statement||Leonard Hayflick ; with a foreword by Robert N. Butler.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 377 p. :|
|Number of Pages||377|
|LC Control Number||09438237|
Small, an Oxford don (and just forty-two when the book came out), wants to integrate old age into how we think about life. Pondering what it means to be someone who has completed a . And that's good news because, according to the 6th Edition Scholastic Kids & Family Reading Report, 47% of parents want books featuring people of color. It is really essential that we fill our kids' home libraries with books featuring characters that look like them. Here are three important reasons why: 1. It helps to inspire and create an impact.
The study also found that adults across all age groups perceive ownership of e-books very differently from ownership of physical books, and this could have important implications for those in the. From an acclaimed Harvard professor and one of Time’s most influential people, this paradigm-shifting audiobook shows how almost everything we think we know about aging is wrong, offers a front-row seat to the amazing global effort to slow, stop, and reverse aging, and calls listeners to consider a future where aging can be treated.
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Now, in this eye-opening new book, biologist Steven Austad investigates the history, the theories, and the personalities behind the quest to understand it.
In Why We Age, he offers real evidence from the front lines of research that science is finally closing in on its fundamental by: In this groundbreaking book, Dr.
David Sinclair, leading world authority on genetics and longevity, reveals a bold new theory for why we age. As he writes: “Aging is a disease, and that disease is treata/5.
This interesting book is not about how to avoid ageing or about how to grow old gracefully, etc. Instead Austad is concerned quite simply, as his title says, in why we age. The argument that he develops from evolutionary biology is very subtle, but persuasive and profound.
It's not that the ageing of individuals is good for the species/5. How and Why We Age explores not only how our major biological systems change as we grow older, but also examines the intangible alterations in our modes of thinking and feeling, our moods and sexual desires, our personality traits and our memories.
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David Sinclair reveals that everything we think we know about ageing is wrong, and shares the surprising, scientifically-proven methods that can help readers live younger, longer. For decades, the medical community has looked to a variety of reasons for why we age.
His new book, Lifespan: Why We Age and Why We Don’t Have To ($28, Atria Books), out this fall, details the cutting-edge science that’s taking place in the field of longevity right now. In his new book, David Sinclair proposes a radical new theory of aging that suggests we can slow, stop, or even reverse the aging clock.
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Austad, a biologist at the universities of Idaho and Washington and science advisor to NPR, begins with an examination of longevity. Despite anecdotal claims of ages in excess of years, modern medicine.
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"Austad s book can be read with pleasure and profit by any intelligent person with a smattering of biological knowledge." Science "In this clear, engrossing overview, Austad takes the sting out of a subject that will ultimately capture us all." Publishers Weekly "Why We Age is remarkably rigorous in its analysis and thorough scope.
To answer these questions, we need to understand what happens to our bodies as we age. Are we programmed to live a certain number of years or do we wear out over time. These are two main theories of why we live as long as we do. In the first, the idea is that our genes determine how long we live.
We have a gene or some genes that tell our body. In this groundbreaking book, Dr. David Sinclair, leading world authority on genetics and longevity, reveals a bold new theory for why we age.
As he. Review: Borrowed Time: The Science of How and Why We Age by Sue Armstrong — the cure for getting older Scientists are now starting to treat ageing as a medical condition that can be modified. About Why We Age.
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