Aging by Design

Aging by Design Why do we age How do we age These questions have baffled scientists for centuries and remain unresolved The answer to the how question is critical to our ability to successfully prevent and treat age

  • Title: Aging by Design
  • Author: Theodore Goldsmith
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 102
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Why do we age How do we age These questions have baffled scientists for centuries and remain unresolved The answer to the how question is critical to our ability to successfully prevent and treat age related diseases like cancer and heart disease that now cause the majority of all deaths in the developed world Because of major difficulties in directly experimentallyWhy do we age How do we age These questions have baffled scientists for centuries and remain unresolved The answer to the how question is critical to our ability to successfully prevent and treat age related diseases like cancer and heart disease that now cause the majority of all deaths in the developed world Because of major difficulties in directly experimentally determining causes of aging, the answer to the why question is critical to guiding research efforts directed toward identifying and altering processes involved in age related diseases Evolution theory plays a critical role in the why issue because it attempts to explain why each living organism has its particular design and therefore why different species display different aging characteristics and different life spans.

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    1. I picked this up on a whim. I had created a website where my two main interests involve restoring health and maintaining health. Within restoring health I have a category called aging/anti-aging. This book was the first of several I planned to read to help me "get up to speed". I am very glad I got it.The author helped me to come to grips with two different theories of aging and death. My terms for the two theories are 1) Built-in and 2) Wear and Tear. The author calls them Programmed and Non-pr [...]

    2. This book describes the continuing lack of scientific agreement on the nature of biological aging. The three theories: Aging results from fundamental (and unalterable) deteriorative processes; aging results from the fact that our bodies do not try harder not to age; aging results from our possessing, in effect, a suicide mechanism that purposely limits lifespan. The book has pictures and descriptions of the scientists responsible for developing the various theories and an overview of their impli [...]

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