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Plant extracts could combat aging and associated diseases

Do you ever lie awake at night worrying about the state of our economy in about a hundred years and how that may affect your retirement plans? Well, with new scientific advances in longevity, you just might have to.   In a recent collaboration with Idunn Technologies, a group of researchers from Concordia University, have shown that certain plant extracts – notably one found in white willow bark – can increase longevity in experimental models similar to human aging pathways.
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