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Increasing Healthy Life Span: Conventional Measures and Slowing the Innate Aging Process Denham Harman

Increasing Healthy Life Span: Conventional Measures and Slowing the Innate Aging Process

Denham Harman

Published May 1st 2003
ISBN : 9780801878268
Paperback
528 pages
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 About the Book 

This volume examines the latest research on the causes of aging and the effects of intervention at all levels from molecules to humans. Included are studies on methods to deter aging and increase longevity at the molecular and cellular level as well as the pharmacological and nutritional level.Table of Contents: Increasing Healthy Life SpanPart I. Molecular and Cellular Changes with AgePart II. Exercise and AgingPart III. Nutritional InterventionPart IV. Antioxidants and AgingPart V. Pharmacological Intervention in AgingPart VI. Free Radical DiseasesPart VII. Mitochondrial Changes with Age: Effect on FunctionPart VIII. Slowing the Inherent Aging Process