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What's your 'ageotype'? There are at least 4 different ways of aging, scientists say

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Jan 13, 2020
What's your 'ageotype'? There are at least 4 different ways of aging, scientists say

New research published Monday in Nature Medicine takes a deep look at what’s going on at a molecular level as we age. The study offers a possible explanation for why we age differently and raises the tantalizing possibility that we could one day improve our personal aging process through targeted medication or lifestyle changes.

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