A Greenland shark just took home the gold medal for longest-living vertebrate. This slow-moving native of the Arctic and North Atlantic can live to be 272 years old, according to a new study in Science.
By Julia Griffin
Women who give birth naturally later in life could possess genetic variants that slow down aging and reduce the risk of age-related illness. Because these women are reproductively active for a longer period of time, the chance of passing on…
By Nora Daly
The second of our interview outtakes with inventor/author/futurist Ray Kurzweil.
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