Today, as part of World Alzheimer’s Month, Paola Barbarino explains why we all need to talk about dementia, highlighting some key findings of the World Alzheimer Report 2019.
In this blog post by Dr Mikhail Blagosklonny, he summarizes the evidence in support of the use of mTORs (such as rapamycin) and benevolent glucose intolerance (or pseudo-diabetes) as a means to expand the lifespan and improve health outcomes.
Prostate cancer – also known as the silent killer – is the most frequently diagnosed cancer among American men. This blog focuses on some recent research investigating the role of the ABI1 protein in prostate cancer.
Amy Inkster is the 2019 winner of the Biology of Sex Differences Best Poster Prize at the recent OSSD meeting in May. This Q&A provides an overview of her research into sex differences in placentas and how this can impact the pregnancy and postnatal outcomes.