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U nderstanding age-related metabolic changes is a critical step in the identification of targets for therapies intended to extend life span and health span. Studying the metabolic changes associated with natural aging can be difficult due to the

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i1.484 23. Creevy KE , Akey JM , Kaeberlein M , ; Dog Aging Project Consortium. An open science study of ageing in companion dogs . Nature . 2022 ; 602 ( 7895 ): 51 - 57 . doi: 10.1038/s41586-021-04282-9 24. The Dog Aging Project

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Introduction A common goal among aging studies is elucidating the causes and consequences of aging in order to improve life span and/or health span, the period of one’s life span spent free from chronic or debilitating conditions. As such, the

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. Health, illness, and optimal ageing: biological and psychosocial perspectives . Thousand Oaks, Calif : Sage Publications , 2003 . 4. Depp CA Jeste DV . Definitions and predictors of successful aging: a comprehensive review of larger

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diagnosis: report of the European Working Group on sarcopenia in older people . Age Ageing 2010 ; 39 : 412 – 423 . 10.1093/ageing/afq034 31. Lang T Streeper T Cawthon P , et al. Sarcopenia: etiology, clinical consequences, intervention

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, et al. The frailty phenotype and the frailty index: different instruments for different purposes . Age Ageing 2014 ; 43 : 10 – 12 . 10.1093/ageing/aft160 7. Fried LP , Ferrucci L , Darer J , et al. Untangling the concepts of

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What Is Aging? For a phenomenon we all experience, aging is challenging to define precisely. It involves changes that occur over time, but time is not necessarily the primary driver of those changes. Aging can be understood from the

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riding have been described for human athletes of various ages and experience, ranging from professional riders 4–6 to high-school athletes 7 in several geographic regions. The injuries sustained by bull riders are most commonly caused by direct kicks

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trotter horses by their dentition . Vet Rec 1997 ; 141 : 17 – 20 . 10.1136/vr.141.1.17 11. Richardson JD Cripps PJ Lane JG . An evaluation of the accuracy of ageing horses by their dentition: changes of dental morphology with age . Vet Rec

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