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Longevity Health Sciences

Edited by Edited by Richard G. Cutler, S. Mitchell Harman, and Chris Heward (Kronos Science Laboratory, Phoenix, Arizona)
Longevity Health Sciences

Published: December 2005

Volume 1055

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Papers by leading researchers in the field of longevity are integrated in this volume with presentations having direct clinical relevance. Topics include oxidative stress, genetic/biochemical mechanisms, hormone therapy, nutrition, fitness, and exercise, all as they pertain to aging. In exploring the links between the latest basic gerontological research and the practice of longevity medicine, the current challenges faced by both scientists and clinicians engaged in combating aging and its consequences are presented here. This volume is readily accessible to the educated reader who is interested in learning more about how to reduce the negative impact of aging on human health and longevity.