Sizes of Immune Cell Subsets Correlate with Human Mortality – Fight Aging!

The immune system is made up of many different cell types. Further, distinct populations within those types exhibit a varied range of behaviors. The molecular damage and resulting cellular dysfunction of aging produces complex changes in the immune system, as is the case for all of the complex biological … Read more

Changes in the Gut Microbiome Correlate with Aging and Renal Function – Fight Aging!

The gut microbiome changes with age. Pro-inflammatory microbial populations grow in size at the expense of populations that produce beneficial metabolites. As researchers produce increasingly large databases of the composition of the gut microbiome across ages and populations, they are also mapping a growing number of specific connections between … Read more