A global increase in antioxidant defenses of the body may delay aging and its diseases

The paper, published today in the journal ‘Nature Communications,’ offers a new view on the role of antioxidants in health and longevity. For the first time, scientists have enhanced the global antioxidant capacity of cells, leading to a delay in aging and to an increase in longevity. Research points to the use of drugs related to vitamin B3 as a possible method to delay aging and associated diseases. —> Read More

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