Epigenetic clock predicts life expectancy.

UCLA geneticist Steve Horvath led a team of 65 scientists in seven countries to record age-related changes to human DNA, calculate biological age and estimate a person’s lifespan. A higher biological age — regardless of chronological age — consistently predicted an earlier death.

read the article.. www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/09/160928141035.htm


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