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Many families are unable to afford care for their loved ones.
Today I thought I'd point out an interesting post from the Buck Institute team on the topic of stem cell aging. The good news here is that the characteristic age-related decline of stem cell function is an issue that the research community has to engage with on the way to developing effective treatments based on their work. Show More Summary
Good morning. It is Thursday, July 2. Just in time for the Fourth of July, it's the ultimate guide to craft beer in Los Angeles County. Enjoy, responsibly! Here's what else is happening in the Golden State: Subscribe to the newsletter TOP STORIES Saving water It turns out Californians really are...
Since 2003, when the Supreme Court last ruled that state universities may take race into account in their admissions policies without violating the Constitution, opponents of affirmative action have worked tirelessly to have the court revisit the issue. They were jubilant this week when the justices...
I do not often side with Republicans against Democrats. Nor has President Obama been known for his working relationship with congressional Republicans. Yet on the Trans-Pacific Partnership - which died in the House three weeks ago, only to be resurrected by the Senate last Wednesday - I find myself...
This past weekend’s “Link Love” highlighted an article called “Rethinking Movement: Why You Should See a Physical Therapist Every Year.” Arguing for a systemic approach to movement and a deeper appreciation for the interconnections among...Show More Summary
It's an iconic image: A sailor kisses a nurse in Times Square after hearing the news that World War II was officially over - just after 7 p.m. on August 14, 1945.
Here are a few thoughts on the need for advocacy in longevity science from Rejuvenaction: People don't think that ageing is a disease because they're used to thinking that it's just a stage of life. They will start to finally acceptShow More Summary
In the week that the youngest heavyweight world champion ever turns 49, we ask: how well do you know one of the most polarising figures in sport - Mike Tyson?
The hippocampus - an area of the brain involved in forming new memories - is significantly smaller in people with major depression, says a large international study.
A new study reports that lysosomes - the garbage disposal systems of cells - that accumulate near amyloid plaques in Alzheimer's are faulty and possibly contribute to the disease.
Wheat? Quinoa? Spelt? What’s the difference, and what are the benefits?
As the chief executive of fast-growing TrueCar Inc., Scott Painter is a lightning rod for auto dealer ire over how the century-old sales model is changing.
Last week, I came across someone tweeting this: That can't really be right. I'm confused though... it's on the internet, so it must be true. But it's a little exaggerated. The "summary" bullet points at the bottom make sense to me. I've...Show More Summary
It started as an ordinary spat among high school girls, sparked by an unpaid restaurant bill.
Ever noticed those couples who seem mismatched in the appearance department? A new study could explain what's going on.
Jennifer Garner reportedly fed up with Ben's drinking, Tunisia gunman was allegedly on cocaine, and NHL player caught with Oxy.
The Elwha Dam was a 108-ft (33 m) high dam located in the United States, in the state of Washington, on the Elwha River approximately 4.9 miles (7.9 km) upstream from the mouth of the river on the Strait of … Continue reading ?